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You Are Missing The True Revolution
Posted by: HaydenFan from: Dallas, TX on
Calling a Taylor Hayden Production a "movie"or a "film" or any other word in any language would be a tragically incomplete understatement. The closest comparison to anything you may have experienced would be a hallucination triggered by a fatal fever or an unfulfilled essential need like hunger or thirst. Under those conditions, your mind, sensing you are near death, might try to reveal some heretofore hidden universal truth as a consolation prize prior to your excruciating demise. Taylor Hayden's entirely novel formula and extraterrestrial drive to compose, shoot, and edit without pause yields an average of about 8 hours of viewing material per year, and you should be watching every minute of it.
I mentioned Hayden has a formula - a man experiences conflict in Los Angeles, escapes by train to Dallas to visit his family, and encounters even more conflict. Following a non sequitur prayer or story by Mom, the man returns to Los Angeles where conflicts are resolved, often by death. But plot, dialogue, production values, acting - all elements essential to typical films - are entirely incidental in a Taylor Hayden Experience. Watch the eyes of the participants as they are speaking and you'll understand that the words Hayden has them recite are a secret code that is plucking the neurons of their brains to generate a sequence of frequencies that emancipate a series of phylogenetically buried revelations so overwhelmingly complex that they are stunned into near paralysis. I say participants because calling them actors might lead you to expect the average contrived performances from overpaid Hollywood husks unequipped with any recollection of desperation - such insufferability is refreshingly absent.
And even though I've outlined a formula, that should not imply predictability; indeed, you will never have any idea what is going to happen next, because the characters in Hayden's productions are driven entirely by emotion, never by reason. Everyone is raw, premenstrual, vengeful, lashing out at each other and themselves in a steaming imbroglio so irrational that as you watch you will slowly feel yourself becoming untethered from reality. Such freedom!
That is not to say that Hayden's production are devoid of artistry - quite the opposite is true. Hayden delivers us from his tooth-gnashing characters at regular intervals and pulls us into the middle of carefully composed moving paintings, unexpected moments of cinematographic excellence that dare the viewer to resolve their juxtaposition with the relatively static scenes of often confounding dialogue. The overall composition is startling and unsettling because it is so contrary to convention, so unprecedented - expect to find yourself agape and consciously blank as the credits roll.
But rising deep within your subconscious will be a revelation, a warning by Hayden that we are becoming a society driven more by emotion than by reason, and the consequences will be nothing short of apocalyptic. It will not be global warming, or terrorism, or an economic avalanche that destroys us en masse, but rather our growing appetite for encouraging the escalation of petty disagreements into raging conflicts that one handful at a time will ultimately consume us all.
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