Clean, Shaven • 1h 19m
Directed by Lodge Kerrigan • 1994 • United States
Starring Peter Greene, Robert Albert, Megan Owen
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.
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CLEAN, SHAVEN Commentary
In this commentary, recorded in New York City, in 2006, Steven Soderbergh interviews Ledge Kerrigan about the process of writing and making CLEAN, SHAVEN.
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This video essay, written and narrated by Michael Atkinson, explores Lodge Kerrigan’s use of imagery and sound design to convey the unique subjectivity of CLEAN, SHAVEN.