Noticed Kathy Acker on @philosopher54 feed and it reminded me of "Variety" (1983). Surprised it's on YT.
The premise is a woman finds employment as a cashier at an adult cinema.
At night she follows the footsteps of a mysterious patron, a mafia don busy corrupting unions.
1/n@philosopher54 The protagonist, Christine, is a cutout in a sea of caricatures pulled right from a Yefimov illustration.
The film meant more to me as a failed punk in my early 20s.
What I still love is how she trails her patron from empty streets to fish markets, and no one notices her.
Aug 25, 2018 • 5 tweets • 2 min read
I support #2A, especially for single women living or travelling alone.
An open carry policy for any metropolitan area is a conspiracy to murder.
I hope my birth state of Missouri realizes the suffering inflicted upon urban communities with its gun laws.
It's already too late.
When I say it's too late, I'm talking about people I know who have been physically wounded or psychologically traumatized by gun violence.
Shot in the act of the most banal human behavior. Such as walking home from the grocery store, or walking in their neighborhood after dark.