The Intimate Man

Intimate Man, The (Hugh Sullivan, 2014) Josh McConville, Hannah Marshall, Alex Dimitriades; scifi fantasy time travel

There are moments in which the ordering of The Infinite Man’s plotlines are being calculated inside the film by its own protagonist. We watch scenes a second and third time, but from the perspective of a character (or iterations of a character) we never knew was watching in the first place. It feels like the film is in a constant state of reinvention, and there is something utterly exhilarating about the way Sullivan finds funny or meaningful moments, contextualises them, re-contextualises them, then finds them again. Luke Buckmaster, The Guardian.

Garry Gillard | New: 22 March, 2017 | Now: 22 March, 2017