"There's a feeling I get, when I look to the west," sing the immortal rhapsodes Led Zeppelin. For writer/director/composer Richard Maxwell, that feeling is part nostalgia, part hallucination and melancholia. On one level, his newest bare-to-the-bones production pays homage to old western movies, the kind of pictures where the heroes always wear white and villains black; where more men and fresh horses are eternally on the way as reinforcements; where salt-of-the-earth women offer thirsty gunslingers frothy mugs, advice, and sympathetic smiles in... More >>>