The Night Rain Chain (Tissot, Brazil, 2014)
David Lynch has shocked me some years ago when I first saw his Eraserhead (1977), which had a great impact on my conception of eye-camera movement and also in artistic terms (I mean photography), as also did Bergman recently in my self studies. It's completely related to the underground cinema made by Maya Deren, Kenneth Anger and Michael Snow, just to cite three of my fave art-directors from the 1940's to late 1960's. Esmir Filho also has contributed to my passionate affection for some kind of contemporary post-everything cinema in Brazil which it is still too early to say something more descriptive about that. We're still living this new era I used to call 'transition' mode of the world functioning. This decade means a lot. It's gonna be. That's what Lukas has observed and expected through his timid soul in his darkened-lightned window. Hope you can get the same Lukas does in one more lonely rainy midnight. No blue moon where there's still so many chains to break to set ourselves free.