Enos has drawn a comic for the issue; it gives readers a hint of the perceptive scrawls and deadpan hilarity that characterize the one-of-a-kind male portraiture in his animated shorts, which often focus on musical figures (The Dennis Wilson Story, Leonard Cohen in Alberta, Light My Fire). Hagey's movie The Great Unknown features a funny performance by Enos as an undersung auteur. In her Lovelorn Domestic, she lights each scene to create an eerie glow and portrays a silent wife with a giant, beaked head who mercilessly pecks her protesting beloved's eyes out. If Hagey's recent movies and Enos's self-published comics and books (Pock Mark, On the Grain Teams) are any indication, they along with their Edinburgh Castle Film Night cohorts Cathy Begien and Jose Rodriguez are just beginning to tap into big talents. Look for them in the future.
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