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SOUTHLAND TALES (Deutschland/USA/Frankreich ). von Martin Eberle Original Titel. SOUTHLAND TALES Laufzeit in Minuten. Regie. RICHARD. Los Angeles Die Millionenstadt befindet sich am Rande des Zusammenbruchs. Im Southland von Los Angeles bekämpfen brutale Cops und rücksichtslose Terroristen einander bis aufs Blut. In dieser bedrohlichen Lage überschneiden sich die. Originaltitel, Southland Tales. Genre, Drama. Filmart, Spielfilm (Darsteller). Regie​, Richard Kelly. Darsteller, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Dwayne Johnson, Seann.

Before he had even finished filming, Kelly started writing three graphic novels to act as prequels for Southland Tales.

They weren't superfluous -- all of them contained vital details explaining what the hell happens in the movie.

Without them, a viewer could be completely lost. But even the graphic novels weren't enough. They were, he says, "always intended to be blueprints for an animated prequel that would lead to a final extended cut of the whole film.

By the time the film went to Cannes in May for its high-profile debut, his ambition had gotten the best of him.

He couldn't get the movie edited into a form that satisfied him. Many of the visual effects were unfinished. When he arrived in France, the film's run-time was nearly three hours.

Do not say that! That's the truth. It'll backfire. In retrospect, that kind of backfire might have been preferable. After the initial 9 a. His heart dropped.

People were…'" He trailed off in the retelling, shaking his head. Lightning-round critical snippets were extremely negative. The film had been loudly booed.

Kelly still had to go through with the black-tie screening that night. I think we all had dinner the next night and said, 'Okay, we have to cut it down.

Luckily, Sony picked up Southland Tales at the festival, but the path to a mainstream opening was going to be a long one -- more than a year long -- muddied by the behemoth challenge of turning a movie that was already "unfinished" at minutes into something marketable to popcorn-munching audiences.

He would have to cut out Janeane Garofalo's character, as well as a number of scenes that explained various characters' entire motivations.

For example, the theatrical cut doesn't explain the presence of Chinese magician Serpentine played by actress Bai Ling , even though she is, in fact, the secret puppetmaster behind the spacetime apocalypse.

It took more than a year, and the finished product -- still unusually long, at minutes -- was only picked up at 63 theaters. In just a few weeks, it was out of theaters.

Nowadays, its stars rarely talk about it, and when they do, they might quickly toss it under the bus "I still don't know what that movie is about," Timberlake said in an interview in Kelly's career hasn't been ruined, but it's definitely slowed down significantly.

He's only made one movie since Southland Tales : 's sci-fi thriller The Box , which received warm reviews and turned a profit. He told me he's been writing screenplays nearly non-stop since then, though none have made it to the screen yet one's called Corpus Christi and might get made by Eli Roth; another's called Amicus , it's about a First Amendment trial, and he's optimistic that it'll get the green light soon.

Ultimately, the Southland Tales graphic novels -- and the expansive, trippy vision they represented -- became potent symbols of Kelly's lowered expectations for his magnum opus.

In the years since, Kelly has looked for those people. He found them. But by and large, they didn't know they'd been found. When I tweeted at Grabinski, a year-old Angeleno and aspiring filmmaker, to talk about Southland Tales , I mentioned I'd heard he was a big fan.

While writing back and forth with Kelly, I'd asked if he could recommend any particularly eloquent Southland Tales devotees. He fired me missives with an array of fans' Twitter handles.

I assumed these were all people he'd conversed with. But when I tweeted interview requests to these people, nearly every single one was shocked to find out that Kelly had identified them.

They'd had no direct interactions with him. He had, it turned out, just found them by monitoring the Twittersphere for discussion of his much-beloved, much-maligned movie.

Indeed, Twitter is Kelly's primary medium for showing his ongoing obsession with the movie -- fitting, given that the film is filled with rapid-fire one-liners and streams of unrelated information.

Take a look at his Twitter account : the wallpaper and cover image are both lifted from the movie. He hardly ever tweets about any other movie of his.

If he sees a movie he likes, he'll often tweet a comparison to Southland Tales. If a major news event occurs, he's likely to mention a parallel there, too.

Bi-polar rebirth in Krysta Now Lamborghini. Kelly, of course, gave me the Twitter handle of the blog's proprietor, Nova Bennett. She was just as surprised as everyone else to have been noticed by one of her favorite directors.

Still, she and every other fan I contacted wrote back with effusive and detailed praise of the movie in question. They weren't stereotypical cult-movie fans, either: not a single person thought of it as "so bad it's good," nor was anyone under the illusion that it's a perfect movie.

They simply revel in it, flaws and all. Mason Wells, a year-old fanboy, wrote to me. Eliot to porn , Southland feels more of its time and ahead of its time than any other 21st century American movie; it's pure sensory overload.

It acts as an instant time capsule even if it's set in the future. Grabinski put it more bluntly: "After my first viewing s of the movie I assumed the narrative would eventually come together like a magic eye picture after multiple viewings.

But that wasn't the case," he wrote. I appreciate the movie as an experience like Lost Highway or something by Jodorowsky.

I'm on the same page with these people. That's why I'm here, now. But I one-upped all of them. I got to climb the mountaintop, visit the holy sites, and speak to the oracle himself.

Mystery's great and all, but I got the opportunity to ask all the questions I wanted. When interviewers ask Dylan what a given lyric means, he infamously tends to shrug and say he doesn't know.

The words rhymed , he'll say, or it made sense at the time , or it just is what it is. It drives fans nuts. Richard Kelly was happy to tell me the meaning of everything.

He was referring to a series of objects that some of the film's more mysterious characters hold at various points in the movie.

I'd always wondered what they were. Our conversation was filled with moments like this. I'd ask about a prop or plot point, and I would get a swift, straightforward answer.

Was there hidden symbolism there? Why does reality collapse because of a handshake? Is that a metaphor for duality or friendship or something?

As we walked from Venice Beach to the Santa Monica Pier after our meal, dripping with sweat under a cloudless sky, I grew frustrated. The artist was being too literal for my tastes.

We visited various filming locations -- the Neo-Marxist compound, Cyndi Pinziki's apartment, a dumpster that Taverner jumps into -- and he kept saying the story was cut-and-dried.

No ambiguity whatsoever. Everything was either a joke about the Bush Administration, a reference to the Bible, a shout-out to a historical fact, or just the simple result of a character's motivation.

Other people are more open to obscurity and complexity and the idea of needing to revisit something.

But we're not just talking about complexity , I thought. We're talking about straight-up inscrutability. He didn't want to acknowledge that a viewer could never understand everything in the movie, given the cuts he'd made.

Was there anything he was willing to say was mysterious and one hundred percent open to interpretation? Couldn't he just try to be a little more… prophet-like?

After visiting the pier arcade where Timberlake's song-and-dance scene happened a visit which, I'll confess, gave me chills , we took a cab back to Venice, shook hands, and said our goodbyes.

He couldn't have been a nicer guy, I thought. And he'd been incredibly generous with his time. In the ensuing weeks, Kelly and I have developed a robust email correspondence, and he's always ready to answer any additional questions about the film.

But I've also become afraid of asking more questions, because I know he'll have answers. To wit: I wondered what was up with the whole, "I'm a pimp, and pimps don't commit suicide" thing.

His swift written response:. The line first originated from Boxer's denial of his doppelganger's suicide out in the desert.

He knows that it is fundamentally against his nature, and then he figures out the truth. Serpentine blew up the SUV after it went through the time rift.

We were the pimp nation committing moral and financial suicide by invading Iraq. Part of me feels like I've been robbed of something very precious.

I've come to realize Southland Tales was so meaningful to me because I thought of it as something otherworldly.

An uncanny collection of images and words, powerfully circulating without a single purpose. A movie that deliberately eschews narrative, that is primarily designed to lead the viewer into introspection or spectacle in a way that Hollywood movies are never designed to do.

But according to the man who created it, that is not what he meant at all. That is not it at all. This story has a happy ending. And it's thanks to the recent revelations about the NSA's surveillance programs.

That's what the film is intended to be for people. It wasn't the first time Southland Tales had helped me get through a particularly dystopian news story.

When NRA chief Wayne LaPierre earnestly proposed fighting guns violence by placing armed guards in every school, it was just absurd and violent enough to make me think I was living in Kelly's alternate universe.

When the White House recently alluded to the possibility of U. And then, as I discovered later while transcribing my interview, Kelly and I had had a revealing exchange -- one I'd missed when we'd first spoken it:.

ME: Comfort food? I tried to make something you could disappear into and get lost inside of it. And in the transmedia angle with the graphic novels, try to expand it into an expanded world that you could disappear into.

I might be the only person who would see it as comfort food, but yeah. You aren't the only one , I should have said.

Southland Tales is a movie to get lost in. Often, that's the best thing fiction can give us when the world becomes terrifying.

Not mere escapism, but total envelopment in another reality. A journey that gives you the distance to see your own world with fresh eyes, and hopefully emerge with some valuable, maybe profound ideas.

So, while I respect Kelly's interpretations of his work, I don't have to agree with them. I don't. For me, Southland Tales is a story without specific meanings.

It's a Rosetta Stone to help me learn the tongue of our age, the language of flipping between dozens of Internet browser tabs and holding five conversations at once, while the earth decays and the government scrambles to scotch-tape a fractured country together.

For reasons I can't -- and don't want to -- understand, it helps me cope with the logorrhea of a given day, the unceasing garbled stream of messages from the near-future.

It helps me live a little better -- with a little bit more of an appreciation for the absurd -- in a place that, it turns out, is even stranger than Kelly's Southland.

Anyway, postmodernism preaches the death of the author. Kelly is just another viewer. He just so happens to be one that sees patterns and explanations that I don't -- ones that I don't even think are necessary.

But Kelly wants to share those explanations with a wide audience. He's written a screenplay for his long-planned animated prequel, and he gave it to Motherboard to share with the world.

He expects it'll eventually get made, with the help of some visionary producer, along with a "finished" cut of the original film. A few weeks ago, he emailed me to say he'd become friends with Marilyn Manson "It turns out he is the biggest ST fan on the planet!

Apparently, this shadow overlord is the one who orders the hit on Amy Poehler's character and her lover. There had never been any mention of someone like that ordering Bart Bookman around.

The question remains… is there a shadow leader of the Neo-Marxist movement who is Serpentine's secret lover? Critics said the movie's insane, seemingly random complexity was suicidal for ticket sales.

That it never gave itself a chance. But that complexity is also what gave Southland Tales such a cult fanbase.

That complexity is why I wrote this article, and what made you read it, and maybe what might prompt you to tell people about what you read. And it's what might make you see it -- or see it again.

Southland Tales is an ensemble piece set in the futuristic landscape of Los Angeles on July 4, , as it stands on the brink of social, economic and environmental disaster.

Boxer Santaros is an action star who's stricken with amnesia. His life intertwines with Krysta Now, an adult film star developing her own reality television project, and Ronald Taverner, a Hermosa Beach police officer who holds the key to a vast conspiracy.

California is at the epicenter of a political and environmental disaster that threatens to destroy the world in this ambitious fusion of comedy, drama, dystopia science fiction, and music.

In the year , a nuclear attack wipes out part of the state of Texas, and three years later America is a virtual police state, with the government taking control of nearly every part of people's lives, supposedly for their own good.

A German firm has found a way to generate energy using seawater, but both public and private concerns are desperate to prevent the new technology from being introduced in the gasoline-starved United States.

A Marxist underground based on the West Coast is determined to bring down the federal government through violent revolution. In this midst of this chaos, we follow a number of stories that continually return to three principle characters.

Boxer Santaros is an actor famous for his role in action films; he's trying to secure financing for a new project, but reality keeps mirroring the events in his script and he struggles to hold on to his identity following a bout with amnesia.

Krysta Now is a porn star who is reinventing herself as a television pundit offering her views on politics, contemporary culture, and teenage sex.

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It took more than a year, and the finished product -- still unusually long, at minutes -- was only picked up at 63 theaters. In just a few weeks, it was out of theaters.

Nowadays, its stars rarely talk about it, and when they do, they might quickly toss it under the bus "I still don't know what that movie is about," Timberlake said in an interview in Kelly's career hasn't been ruined, but it's definitely slowed down significantly.

He's only made one movie since Southland Tales : 's sci-fi thriller The Box , which received warm reviews and turned a profit. He told me he's been writing screenplays nearly non-stop since then, though none have made it to the screen yet one's called Corpus Christi and might get made by Eli Roth; another's called Amicus , it's about a First Amendment trial, and he's optimistic that it'll get the green light soon.

Ultimately, the Southland Tales graphic novels -- and the expansive, trippy vision they represented -- became potent symbols of Kelly's lowered expectations for his magnum opus.

In the years since, Kelly has looked for those people. He found them. But by and large, they didn't know they'd been found.

When I tweeted at Grabinski, a year-old Angeleno and aspiring filmmaker, to talk about Southland Tales , I mentioned I'd heard he was a big fan.

While writing back and forth with Kelly, I'd asked if he could recommend any particularly eloquent Southland Tales devotees.

He fired me missives with an array of fans' Twitter handles. I assumed these were all people he'd conversed with. But when I tweeted interview requests to these people, nearly every single one was shocked to find out that Kelly had identified them.

They'd had no direct interactions with him. He had, it turned out, just found them by monitoring the Twittersphere for discussion of his much-beloved, much-maligned movie.

Indeed, Twitter is Kelly's primary medium for showing his ongoing obsession with the movie -- fitting, given that the film is filled with rapid-fire one-liners and streams of unrelated information.

Take a look at his Twitter account : the wallpaper and cover image are both lifted from the movie. He hardly ever tweets about any other movie of his.

If he sees a movie he likes, he'll often tweet a comparison to Southland Tales. If a major news event occurs, he's likely to mention a parallel there, too.

Bi-polar rebirth in Krysta Now Lamborghini. Kelly, of course, gave me the Twitter handle of the blog's proprietor, Nova Bennett. She was just as surprised as everyone else to have been noticed by one of her favorite directors.

Still, she and every other fan I contacted wrote back with effusive and detailed praise of the movie in question. They weren't stereotypical cult-movie fans, either: not a single person thought of it as "so bad it's good," nor was anyone under the illusion that it's a perfect movie.

They simply revel in it, flaws and all. Mason Wells, a year-old fanboy, wrote to me. Eliot to porn , Southland feels more of its time and ahead of its time than any other 21st century American movie; it's pure sensory overload.

It acts as an instant time capsule even if it's set in the future. Grabinski put it more bluntly: "After my first viewing s of the movie I assumed the narrative would eventually come together like a magic eye picture after multiple viewings.

But that wasn't the case," he wrote. I appreciate the movie as an experience like Lost Highway or something by Jodorowsky.

I'm on the same page with these people. That's why I'm here, now. But I one-upped all of them. I got to climb the mountaintop, visit the holy sites, and speak to the oracle himself.

Mystery's great and all, but I got the opportunity to ask all the questions I wanted. When interviewers ask Dylan what a given lyric means, he infamously tends to shrug and say he doesn't know.

The words rhymed , he'll say, or it made sense at the time , or it just is what it is. It drives fans nuts. Richard Kelly was happy to tell me the meaning of everything.

He was referring to a series of objects that some of the film's more mysterious characters hold at various points in the movie.

I'd always wondered what they were. Our conversation was filled with moments like this. I'd ask about a prop or plot point, and I would get a swift, straightforward answer.

Was there hidden symbolism there? Why does reality collapse because of a handshake? Is that a metaphor for duality or friendship or something?

As we walked from Venice Beach to the Santa Monica Pier after our meal, dripping with sweat under a cloudless sky, I grew frustrated. The artist was being too literal for my tastes.

We visited various filming locations -- the Neo-Marxist compound, Cyndi Pinziki's apartment, a dumpster that Taverner jumps into -- and he kept saying the story was cut-and-dried.

No ambiguity whatsoever. Everything was either a joke about the Bush Administration, a reference to the Bible, a shout-out to a historical fact, or just the simple result of a character's motivation.

Other people are more open to obscurity and complexity and the idea of needing to revisit something. But we're not just talking about complexity , I thought.

We're talking about straight-up inscrutability. He didn't want to acknowledge that a viewer could never understand everything in the movie, given the cuts he'd made.

Was there anything he was willing to say was mysterious and one hundred percent open to interpretation?

Couldn't he just try to be a little more… prophet-like? After visiting the pier arcade where Timberlake's song-and-dance scene happened a visit which, I'll confess, gave me chills , we took a cab back to Venice, shook hands, and said our goodbyes.

He couldn't have been a nicer guy, I thought. And he'd been incredibly generous with his time. In the ensuing weeks, Kelly and I have developed a robust email correspondence, and he's always ready to answer any additional questions about the film.

But I've also become afraid of asking more questions, because I know he'll have answers. To wit: I wondered what was up with the whole, "I'm a pimp, and pimps don't commit suicide" thing.

His swift written response:. The line first originated from Boxer's denial of his doppelganger's suicide out in the desert. He knows that it is fundamentally against his nature, and then he figures out the truth.

Serpentine blew up the SUV after it went through the time rift. We were the pimp nation committing moral and financial suicide by invading Iraq.

Part of me feels like I've been robbed of something very precious. I've come to realize Southland Tales was so meaningful to me because I thought of it as something otherworldly.

An uncanny collection of images and words, powerfully circulating without a single purpose. A movie that deliberately eschews narrative, that is primarily designed to lead the viewer into introspection or spectacle in a way that Hollywood movies are never designed to do.

But according to the man who created it, that is not what he meant at all. That is not it at all. This story has a happy ending.

And it's thanks to the recent revelations about the NSA's surveillance programs. That's what the film is intended to be for people.

It wasn't the first time Southland Tales had helped me get through a particularly dystopian news story. When NRA chief Wayne LaPierre earnestly proposed fighting guns violence by placing armed guards in every school, it was just absurd and violent enough to make me think I was living in Kelly's alternate universe.

When the White House recently alluded to the possibility of U. And then, as I discovered later while transcribing my interview, Kelly and I had had a revealing exchange -- one I'd missed when we'd first spoken it:.

ME: Comfort food? I tried to make something you could disappear into and get lost inside of it. And in the transmedia angle with the graphic novels, try to expand it into an expanded world that you could disappear into.

I might be the only person who would see it as comfort food, but yeah. You aren't the only one , I should have said. Southland Tales is a movie to get lost in.

Often, that's the best thing fiction can give us when the world becomes terrifying. After you have your script, you give it to your art director and production designer.

They will calculate everything you will need for the movie based on your writing: i. Making a timeline and deciding on who you want your actors and crew to be is the final preparation.

But most importantly, you need funding. That itself can take months sometimes years. You either need to get your project green-lit funded by a studio or find independent financing.

I this step final preparations before the actual cameras roll, are made. In this stage, the script, budgets, crew schedules are adjusted, actors are hired and locations scouted, sets build and costumes fitted.

Basically, in this stage, everything that has to do with the shooting is planned and tested. Production is the step when you finally see what was once in your head captured on film.

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