Kim Noble’s ‘Man on the Edge’ review

"….“That was when I really started filming, documenting everything.” It’s a coping mechanism as much as anything else, though he resists the idea that it’s therapeutic. “Therapy makes me think of, like, ‘I’m drawing some flowers. I feel a bit better now. Let’s analyse the flowers.”

Mostly, it’s about relating to others and to the world: “It feels real. I’ve got this need to capture stuff because then I know it has another life beyond the actual thing happening. It exists outside of just one man alone, doing something in a bedroom.”…"

full review: festmag


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