Touchy Feely

September 3, 2013

directed by Lynn Shelton, 2013

Touchy Feely

Lynn Shelton’s latest film Touchy Feely is a complete mess, albeit, an interesting mess at times. It’s the kind of film that lays out a very routine idea of its world and its characters, only to completely come up short in regards to thorough characterization and motivation. Shelton wants so badly to communicate something to us about desire and connection, but her way of expression here is tied down and locked up. By default, Touchy Feely is a flat and hollow experiment, one which comes up short in furthering Shelton as a name to watch out for on the indie front.

Read full review at Movie Mezzanine


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