Rubber: Review

There’s something decidedly Beckettian about this darkly comic piece which gently mocks the horror genre and medium of film in general.

It may be hard to swallow at first, but Rubber‘s plot is centred around a tyre that comes to life and escalates into a callous murderer. Containing this unusual focus within a story of peculiar film-makers presenting their work to a live binocular-wielding audience, Rubber interrogates the way in which we digest cinematic norms and the assumptions we make when processing a narrative.

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