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Movie Review: Wetlands

BY Emma Tilden in Movies |

18-year old Helen Memel (Carla Juri) makes a kind of sport of taboos. She enjoys watching those around her squirm as she defies social boundaries. She takes personal hygiene as a challenge, something to be tested; among other things she cultivates the scent of her unwashed vulva (Wetlands opens with her wiping it around the grimy seat of a public toilet), and spreads the resulting effluvia like perfume over her body in order to attract her many sexual ... Read More
Do you remember the little girl group Prussian Blue? BUST covered them for our June/July 2005 issue, when they were all blonde hair, adorable smiles, and white supremacy. The band, which started way back in 2003, fell under the genre of “white nationalist pop." Its front women, Lynx and Lamb Gaede, referred to the Holocaust as a “myth” during an interview with Vice magazine 7 years ago. They also had some questionable fashion sense, as evidenced ... Read More
Director Darren Aronofsky is known for scaring the crap out of people on the big screen with Black Swan and Requiem For a Dream, but now he’s back doing the same thing on the small screen. Four years ago, the Montana Meth Project hired the auteur to direct a few PSAs that give a very scary and very real look at the effects of meth. Now Aronofsky is back with a few more videos aimed at keeping teens away from the drug. Though these videos may be aimed at ... Read More