male pale and stale
That cover is a warning.
yeah you get into his rhythm, it's like going into a long twisty tunnel or something. there was one i watched all about a Senegalese filmmaker, it was about one of his films specifically, but he sort of went into it in very minute detail and then came out again, related it to European exploitation of Africa. Very good talk, but I couldn't find a decent copy of the film anywhere.Kodwo succeeds in sweeping you out of your mind and into his. Same with the other couple talks of his I've watched. He described the documentary as "post-cinematic" in that it was entirely constructed out of pre-existing footage. Ototlith seems like an entity that is insulated in the archive, focusing on history and potential futures in interesting ways.
edit: that is, potential futures which were truncated or cancelled in some way.