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Clean, Shaven

Lodge Kerrigan

 
Clean, Shaven (Criterion DVD)

DVD

1 Disc

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  • United States
  • 1994
  • 79 minutes
  • Color
  • 1.66:1
  • English
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  • Spine #354

Lodge Kerrigan began his succession of utterly unique, visually and aurally dazzling character studies with the raw, ravaging Clean, Shaven. A compelling headfirst dive into the mindscape of a schizophrenic (played by the remarkable Peter Greene) as he tries to track down his daughter after he is released from an institution, Kerrigan’s film brilliantly uses sound and image to lead audiences into a terrifying subjectivity. No one is left unscathed.

Cast

Peter WinterPeter Greene
Jack McNallyRobert Albert
Mrs. WinterMegan Owen
Melinda FrayneMolly Castelloe
NicoleJennifer MacDonald

Credits

DirectorLodge Kerrigan
ProducerLodge Kerrigan
WriterLodge Kerrigan
Executive producerJ. Dixon Byrne
CinematographyTeodoro Maniaci
EditingJay Rabinowitz
MusicHahn Rowe
Supervising sound editorTony Martinez
Additional sound designMichael Parsons
Production designTania Ferrier
Special-effects makeupRob Benevides

Disc Features

DIRECTOR-APPROVED SPECIAL EDITION FEATURES:

  • New, restored high-definition digital transfer, supervised and approved by director Lodge Kerrigan
  • Audio commentary featuring Steven Soderbergh interviewing Kerrigan
  • A Subjective Assault: Lodge Kerrigan’s “Clean, Shaven”, a new video essay, written and narrated by critic Michael Atkinson
  • The film’s original soundtrack, composed by Hahn Rowe, and selections from the film’s final audio mix (all downloadable as MP3 files)
  • Trailer
  • Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
  • Plus: A new essay by film critic Dennis Lim

    New cover by Eric Skillman

Film Essays

Clean, Shaven: Inside Man

By Dennis LimOctober 16, 2006

Lodge Kerrigan's movies are so often termed "uncompromising" and "unrelenting" that it's . . . Read more »

Film Essays

Clean, Shaven: Inside Man

By Dennis LimOctober 16, 2006

Lodge Kerrigan's movies are so often termed "uncompromising" and "unrelenting" that it's . . . Read more »