twilightofthefreakingods glimmer #2 from Stans Cafe on Vimeo.

According to Peter Cann, It was a death scene so arch and so protracted that it rivalled Jimmy Cagney’s in Public Enemy (see here). Lasting 15-minutes or more, and unrehearsed, the job was to wind up on the pallet and be able to remain there motionless for a further 25 minutes or so, knowing that in a cateclysmic finale the FreakinGods would arrive and forklift away the tearstained bier.

The very definition of pathos.

James and the Reel Access team have been editing footage from the two 4-hour long performances of TwilightOfTheFreakinGods. Watch this space for news of a screening later in the year.


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