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director Gregg Araki returns to the delicious absurdity of his 1990s "Teen Apocalypse" trilogy with this erotically charged slice of hipster film-making. Conceived as a treat for his hardcore fans, it's a flimsy but fun sci-fi comedy in which bisexual college student Smith (Thomas Dekker) and his equally hedonistic pals (including a fabulously free-spirited Juno Temple) are drawn into a convoluted end-of-days conspiracy after his ominous dreams start bleeding into reality. The surreal and self-aware events play like
, as the ludicrously beautiful characters revel in their youth, while swapping ultra-snappy dialogue, having tons of sex and encountering such strangeness as a possessive witch, animal mask-wearing assailants and a demented cult leader. Araki's trademark comic book-vibrant visuals and a cool, indie soundtrack intensify the overall trippy experience, keeping everything cohesive even when the narrative goes entirely off the rails in the rushed final act.
A bisexual film student with an insatiable libido has recurring erotic dreams about two mysterious women. He is surprised to find that both of them exist in real life - one is the new lover of his lesbian best friend while the other is on the run from a gang of masked assassins. Comedy, starring Thomas Dekker and Haley Bennett.
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Contains swearing and sexual references.
10 Jun 2011
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