The Skin of the Frame

Beginning off-screen and beyond then thrusting inward; a movement that forever ruptures the sanctity of the skin of the frame.

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Cool It Carol! (Pete Walker, 1970)

Revelation, here, becomes a varied discovery of both the places you have dreamed about and the failings you fear revealed.


Bronco Bullfrog (Barney Platts-Mills, 1970)

Only the briefest respite offered here because the world just spins too tight and small and slowly for us all.


Robin Askwith

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Faces loom and shine here like new stars spied hanging in the night for the very first time every time.


Bronco Bullfrog (Barney Platts-Mills, 1970)

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Cliff Richard – Serious Charge (Terence Young, 1959)

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Each frame here is charged with both innocence and a beguiling intent made all the more compelling by the stillness.


Rita Tushingham – A Taste of Honey (Tony Richardson, 1961)

Charting the shift from desertion to independence, independence to isolation, isolation to friendship, and from friendship back to a desertion.tushingham_in_taste_of_honeytaste 2