United States | 2019 | Matthew Barney
Matthew (The Cremaster Cycle) Barney’s “eminently accessible” (Slant Magazine) new film finds the artist-filmmaker in the snowy Sawtooth Mountains of his native Idaho. There an updated version of the myth of Diana and Actaeon unfolds as a huntress (real-life sharpshooter Anette Wachter), accompanied by two cavorting nymphs, tracks an elusive gray wolf in a series of expeditions. Beautifully shot in the great outdoors, this dialogue-free, dance-filled movie co-stars Barney as a bearded forest ranger who observes these hunts and immortalizes them in copper engravings. The film’s title evokes American Redoubt, a far-right Idaho survivalist movement. Cleveland premiere. DCP. 134 min.
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