Tetsuo, the Iron Man, 1989 by Shinya Tsukamoto.
The scene in which the Iron Man and the Metal Fetishist have mutated together, affirming their multiplicity, and are about to destroy the world (‘Our love can put an end to this fucking world. Let’s Go!’) is one of the greatest evocations of radical love to ever grace the screen.
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Tetsuo, the Iron Man, 1989 by Shinya Tsukamoto.
The scene in which the Iron Man and the Metal Fetishist have mutated together, affirming their multiplicity, and are about to destroy the world (‘Our love can put an end to this fucking world. Let’s Go!’) is one of the greatest evocations of radical love to ever grace the screen.
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Tetsuo, the Iron Man, 1989 by Shinya Tsukamoto.

The scene in which the Iron Man and the Metal Fetishist have mutated together, affirming their multiplicity, and are about to destroy the world (‘Our love can put an end to this fucking world. Let’s Go!’) is one of the greatest evocations of radical love to ever grace the screen.

Vuelvo a mirar mis miedos y pienso: estamos todos rotos, a todos nos falta algo. Si camináramos por la calle mostrando nuestros dolores, carencias y demonios esto sería un espectáculo de contrahechos, fracturados, tullidos, cojos y tuertos.

Alma Delia Murillo / Manifiesto del miedo (fragmento)