17 Ago “Bipolar Kubrick Ventilator Wallpaper Dream” by WILLIAM STANCIK
“Bipolar Kubrick Ventilator Wallpaper Dream” is a lightning-fast experiment, which condenses in its brevity the archetypes and forms typical of Stancik’s cinema. The narrative structure is dry and direct, quick and incisive. This film therefore breaks down the filters of narrative fiction and proceeds as a more direct attempt to connect the viewer to the content of the work.
The whole film sounds like a confession, an intimate tale, in which the dream dimension finds its twin reality: cinema. In fact, this work also questions the direct relationship between images and the perception of images, in that continuous flow of truth and illusion that cinema exchanges with reality. In just three minutes Stancik manages to create a small “essay” full of contents and meanings, once again constantly expanding within us, well beyond the end of the film.