Review of Boss ‘Slip’, Arts

Review of Boss ‘Slip’

“A ground swell already in motion” – this is the toxic rule of Kane that has created a swell of corruption. But these words aren’t shared between men in suits, the power-playing politicians. No, they’re on a bus out in the countryside. Drinking. Reaping rare votes. Talking about, “A group of people I’d like you to meet.”

By | Arts | Friday, 12 April 2013 at 4:54 pm

Review of Boss ‘Swallow’, Arts

Review of Boss ‘Swallow’

This episode starts better with a horse getting drugged and a tablet is forced down its throat. It’s a powerful image that’s also a nightmare. Mayor Tom Kane has wet himself in his sleep as his degenerative illness escalates.

By | Arts | Friday, 5 April 2013 at 3:36 pm

Review of Boss ‘Reflex’, Arts

Review of Boss ‘Reflex’

Mayor Tom Kane feels power begin to escape him as he suffers from an episode in front of the press. It’s a warbling windy oscillation that channels layers of sound, depicting a dizzying affect, ringing between his ears.

By | Arts | Friday, 29 March 2013 at 8:06 pm

Review of Boss ‘Listen’, Arts

Review of Boss ‘Listen’

I can’t remember the last overture that caught my attention so brilliantly. I could feel Gus van Sant’s limbs pin me down to the settee. This one is worth sticking with.

By | Arts | Friday, 22 March 2013 at 4:33 pm

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