Grey Gardens

Grey Gardens (1975) by Masley Brothers 

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I found by chance “GG” on YouTube and started to watch it just to get a glimpse of it with no intention to watch it to the end. But as it started, I could not interrupt it. The 2 eccentric ladies, mother and daughter, are truly entertaining, in a distressing manner, of course; they really do know how to keep the attention on them. With no intention to do that, perhaps.

Edith and Edie: Tea for two, two for tea

Edith and Edie, cats and ice cream, racoons, sea of leaves, all sorts of things piled up around, general filthiness. All in all, a surreal mess and beauty in decay. The title stands for the gardens that surround the ex-majestic mansion who has been magnificent once. As the ladies themselves. Edith and Edie now live in tandem, completely isolated with no knowledge or experience…

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