The film opens with a disheveled young man hurrying through a wheat field and arriving at a remote power station. A mysterious tractor-trailer pulls up. The muscular driver, peering around suspiciously, leaves the cab to enter the back of the truck, and the young man, who's been hiding, follows him inside. Everything about the slickly produced sequence (harsh lighting, low camera angles, quick cuts) advertises a thriller. But the... More >>>
Courtesy the artist and Perry Rubenstein Gallery, New York
Noir meets Olivia Newton-John: Bliss and Heaven, 2004.