Random Acts of Flyness - Season 1
A comedy tv-show that presented by artist Terence Nance who highlights on a series of comedy events from different cultures, documentary movies, music parties, surrealist melodrama or the animation shows. The show is considered to be a response to the contemporary American mediascape.
- Episode 01: What are your thoughts on raising free black children?
- Episode 02: two piece and a biscuit
- Episode 03: they got some sh*t that'll throw out your back
- Episode 04: Items Outside the Shelter But Within Reach
- Episode 05: I tried to tell my therapist about my dreams/MARTIN HAD A DREEEEAAAAM
- Episode 06: They won't go when I go
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Actors Of "Random Acts of Flyness - Season 1"
Critics Of "Random Acts of Flyness - Season 1"
New York Times
August 01, 2018 [Random Acts of Flyness] isn't simply out to provoke or shock. Rather, it's trying to disrupt and redisrupt your perceptions so that, finally, you can see.Read in Source
August 03, 2018 Nance is savvy enough to inflect even his most dire messages with gallows humor, which only makes his points more salient.Read in Source
August 06, 2018 And even when "Random Acts of Flyness" is hard to stare at directly, it's always worth listening to what it has to say.Read in Source
New York Magazine/Vulture
August 06, 2018 The series feels half-formed, too emotionally thin and intellectually blunt to reach the potential it demonstrates.Read in Source
August 06, 2018 Nance's show translates as something with roots in entertainment television, art house movies, and journalism-an experimental trip into blackness fly enough to post up in a modern-art museum.Read in Source
August 06, 2018 A crucial demonstration that the progressive political cinema is also inseparable from progressive aesthetic imagination...The most stunning bit of frame-breaking reflexivity is also an astounding moment of cultural criticism and self-criticism.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...