Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on Jan 20, 2014
Seventeen years ago, director Phil Morrison ("Junebug", "Enlightened"), Chloe Sevigny, Sonic Youth's Kim Gordon, and Budapest-born artist Rita Ackermann got together to create this previously unreleased 90′s wet dream of a film for Gordon's then-clothing line, X-Girl. There's some rough commentary on gender roles, fashion, consumerism, and the NYC scene in the mid 90′s, whatever that was. It was "supposed to be like Godard" Sevingy says. Along with artist Rita Ackermann and an unknown third party, Sevigny recites discursive bits of aphoristic dialogue and, in one long scene in the middle of the film, makes fart noises as another woman runs down a list of famous female figures. Then, using hidden camera, Sevigny sneaks into a Marc Jacobs fashion show on the hunt for a mysterious man named Gillian.