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||IMDB Rating: 6.4/10 from votes
||Release: May 2014 (USA) /
||Genre: Romance, Thriller
||Stars: Aidan Luke Friedberg, Andrea Lowell, Azeen Kazemi, Caroline Mitchell, Charlotte Ellen Price, Daveigh Chase, Frank Cermak Jr., Karen Black, Marcos Mateo Ochoa, Owen Teague, Rosemary Hochschild, Steve Railsback
||Synopsis: While filming his sadistic relationship with women, a killer's infatuation with a potential victim forces him to confront his past.
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Have you ever been in a movie theatre with an audience that burst into
spontaneous and rapturous applause? How about following the punchline
of the film's opening scene? I have, twice.
The first in 2003 during a preview screening of Kill Bill Vol. 1 in
gleeful response to Tarantino's audacious gunshot to Uma Thurman's
The second occurred this past summer in Madrid during a film festival
screening of Wild In Blue. And while the opening moments of this film
also features a character with a gun to their head, it's made perfectly
clear that Writer/Director Matthew Berkowitz has an altogether
different kind of sucker-punch in mind.. and when the trigger is
finally pulled - as was the case with Tarantino's film - he's got you
exactly where he wants you.
The "where" is inside the twisted mind of Charlie, a kind of
post-millennial Travis Bickel, acting out a disturbing manifesto all
his own that involves the making of a film and the seduction and murder
of a series of beautiful women.
I can only speak for myself, but I assure you that the Taxi Driver
comparison isn't made lightly. While sitting in the theatre, it felt as
though I was experiencing a post-millennial incarnation of Schrader's
antihero, on a journey not through the grime of Scorsese's New York,
but rather through the blissful wasteland of Los Angeles as seen
through the narcotized lens of Gaspar Noe, or perhaps Nicolas Winding
Refn. But while Bickel's disillusionment was a product of a politically
and socially turbulent period in American History, Charlie's seems to
have been instilled at birth (..to close this reference: Charlie is the
product of the Travis Bickel generation). And fuelled by his own
existential angst, parental failure, and an increasingly narcissistic
and self-destructive culture, Charlie uses the God-like tool of cinema
to create a privately defined world all his own, operating under the
guiding principles of absolute control and total destruction.
Therein lies the brilliance of Wild In Blue; it is a film of
contradictions. At once beautiful and brutal; blissful and jarring;
sexual and sadistic; cerebral and kinetic. Moments of brutality
punctuate those of sexual fantasy, while Charlie's existential stream
of consciousness finds itself framing scenes that play as beautifully
hypnotic tone-poems albeit of the depraved, nihilistic variety.
If you've read the film's synopsis, you'd be forgiven for assuming Wild
In Blue is an exercise in horror filmmaking (likely another entry in
the slasher or torture porn sub-genres). And granted, there are
fragments of these sub-genres to be found therein, but in reality Wild
In Blue is as much a horror film as Drive is an action film or Taxi
Driver is a revenge film. Such a premise acts as the jumping off point
for something far more subversive; existential. Simply put: Berkowitz
has far too much raw talent at his disposal, and a maniacal vision he's
hell bent on seeing through to the end of Charlie's twisted story. It's
clear that he adores the medium he's playing within; he has no interest
in conforming to the increasingly generic and sanitized HBO
inspired-cinematography that pervades the current filmic landscape; his
is a camera infused with an intelligence of its own; wandering with an
uneasiness that mirrors the intensity and unpredictability of his
He's made a film brimming with mood and atmosphere; with tension. One
that's intensely colourful and inventive, shocking and darkly humorous,
sexy and menacing. And thanks to a stunning performance by Frank
Ceremack, the same can be said about Charlie. In what could have so
easily become a caricature of evil.. a ghoulish Patrick Bateman,
Ceremack delivers an unhinged tour-de-force. It's his go-for-broke
commitment to exploring the darkest depths of human existence that
gives the film its soul; thanks to Ceremack, Charlie is a menacing and
devastating anti-hero for the post-digital age.
The aforementioned references particularly those to Noe, Refn and
Schrader will likely be apparent to fans of those auteurs' work while
viewing Wild In Blue. But Berkowitz isn't recording a covers' album.
With Wild In Blue, he manages to subvert expectations and carve out a
path all his own. His is an aesthetic the equivalent of the late
70s/early 80s infused post-punk that scores the film; an attitude of
reckless abandon, dripping with a nostalgia at once blissfully euphoric
and violently crushing. He's got style to burn.
(A final note, in reference to my introductory statement: since most
viewers won't have the advantage of experiencing Wild In Blue on a
theatre screen.. do yourself a favour and watch this baby in the dark
and PLAY IT LOUD).
Tags for Wild in Blue Full Movie
Aidan Luke Friedberg
, Andrea Lowell
, Azeen Kazemi
, Caroline Mitchell
, Charlotte Ellen Price
, Daveigh Chase
, Frank Cermak Jr.
, Karen Black
, Marcos Mateo Ochoa
, Owen Teague
, Rosemary Hochschild
, Steve Railsback
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