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Some audiences may be unprepared for the full force slap that Alex Ross Perry'sHer Smellhas in store.It pulls no punches from the jump,immediately plopping us into the halls of a hellish backstage captured in serpentine camera fluidity.We're immediately caught in the circus of early-90s addict punk rocker Becky Something,a monstrous and damaged creation from Perry's muse Elisabeth Moss.And just as you get used to the manic construction around her,as Perry douses us in a fecund sound design and sweaty neon palette,the film shifts into something quite moving and rigorous on all of its levels.This is something more ambitious and soul-baring than the music dramas to which we've grown accustomed.


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