Truth-Telling for Unreliable Narrators: Reflections on Jennifer Lynch’s ‘Surveillance’ — Grindhouse Theology

Jennifer Lynch’s Surveillance is filled with unreliable narrators, and in that sense its characters are relatable. A fairly brief movie, at least one half of the narrative spans approximately fifteen minutes, played on repeat, through the eyes of several different characters. So it’s a bit like Kurosawa’s Rashomon, which, regrettably, I haven’t seen, and Mario […]

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