Migrating Forms

"Unbearable"

Migrating Forms Review


James Fotopoulos has made some terrible movies, but none are quite so singularly awful as Migrating Forms, a film about a man (no name) who couples frequently with a woman (also no name) who bears an enormous cyst on her back -- literally, the size of her head. The pair has slow and grody sex several times, and in the interim, the man lies on a couch and hangs around in the bathroom. That's about it, and Fotopoulos even resorts to flashing black and white siezure-screens, buzzing, and other banal film school trickery to create a David Lynch-like atmosphere. It's all horrible, all the time.


Migrating Forms

Facts and Figures

Run time: 80 mins

In Theaters: Wednesday 1st March 2000

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Contactmusic.com: 1 / 5

IMDB: 4.5 / 10

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