Night Cinema: Midnight Madness
Leave your sense of normality at home. Make room for questions you don’t even know you want answers to. Ignore your body’s physical need for sleep at the usual human-being time because you will get sucked in your seat and drowned slowly at Midnight Madness.
It’s no ordinary madness, but the salad of everything that has been in your refrigerator for too long and wants to walk out on its own now. Be careful. Symptoms include doubting everything you considered normal – from nuns to birds, beautiful hands to closing doors. You won’t even want to know what could happen next time you see a horse. No time for sanity here. While all the other people are in REM sleep, you have the opportunity to see things wilder than your subconsciousness could create on its own.
It’s a ride through the wackiest deserts with cheap wine, a closeup of grim and surreal lives. You may experience flight mode or feel like celebrating, nevertheless, there’s always a hill somewhere that wants to get sat on. Confused? You will be.