By Harry Dodge

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Unkillable is a black comedy that investigates the potency of images made from language. Performing alone, in a mask, Dodge renders in obsessive detail—shots, cuts, audio—a would-be film, a “text-story” made up of progressively appalling events. While critiquing conventional film grammar and tropes, Unkillable also explores the queasy coexistence of tenderness and brutality, the nature of momentum (narrative and otherwise), and the often incomprehensible wretchedness of irreversibility itself.