Heaven Knows What (review)

Heaven Knows What (review)
Heaven Knows What (review)
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20 years after “Kids” comes another hard-edged look at life on the streets of New York. This follows a young junkie (Arielle Holmes) as she mates, shoots up and struggles to exist (based on Holmes’ soon-to-be-published memoir “Mad Love in New York City”). The film sometime feels like a documentary, often set among pedestrian traffic, with a camera that lingers in extreme close-up during the seemingly improvised, repetitive and rough dialogue. With it’s jagged style, there are engrossing performances, inventive camerawork and a harsh energy that keeps it compelling. An intriguing art film that takes a raw, edgy look at heroine culture. (Criterion Cinema only)


3.5 out of 5 stars (3.5 / 5)


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