Tuesday, 10 July 2012
'Fwd: Evolution' Review by Serenity Juneberry
A movie review of ‘Fwd: Evolution by Serenity Juneberry which originally appeared on ‘The Pornstars’ blog. Reproduced in whole here. I wish to thank Serenity for this generous piece.
Adult Scene Director's MachinimUWA V Entry
'Fwd: Evolution' by Pixie Rain
"A Cybernetic Shaman and Cybernetic Dancer
travel through space, time and the inner dimensions in search of wisdom..."
This is a non-adult film.
However, we've always supported our adult directors here at 'The Pornstars' when entering the UWA Machinima contest. Last time around Bert Jedburgh, Pel Beaton and Scooby Mode all submitted entries and were covered here on the blog.
This time we have Pixie Rain, who is of course one of the most talented movie makers to work in the adult genre, doing what she does best with her usual class and artistic style.
'Fwd: Evolution' is a superb movie, superbly titled too as it aptly describes the journey you'll embark on when you watch this film.
Some wonderful imagery and some thoughtful content mean I enjoyed watching several times for very different reasons. You should listen, watch and absorb the movie in order to get the full effect and the Director's message.
Also on later viewings you can, as I described to Pixie yesterday when we spoke "take a magic carpet ride" and just let the scenes and images flow past you. I think probably John Lennon put it best "Switch off your mind, relax and float down stream".
The film does indeed take you on a journey and it feels like a literal one as Pixie's editing and filming techniques really take you on a flight through the movie's entire length - always going forward, always evolving.
Look out for the Cybernetic Shamen, who can be seen throughout, white rabbit like!
We wish Pixie all the best for the UWA Awards.
Machinima of this stature from artists involved in the adult scene can only help gain respect for some of the wonderfully produced adult content which gets released by others too. Much of which fully deserves praise by a wider machinima loving audience.
Serenity Juneberry. xox