“She wears a collar that defines their master/slave relationship
— and what an unexpectedly tender one it is, marked by collaboration
and deep emotional bonds that go beyond bondage. The film
is surprisingly sweet and instructive (and occasionally naughty).”
“The film is very raw, very real.
And it dispells a lot of the misconceptions that we have
about dominant/submissive relationships.”
“The film is important, especially in these times
of fear and populism, because it shows you
have no need to judge others if you live your own truth.”
“Of the many films that will raise eyebrows and questions
the film The Artist & The Pervert is sure to be one.”
“A liberating watch, and an eye opener for conservatives,
textbook theorists and radical thinkers alike.”
“Art and sex go together like the body and soul;
together they create something fervent,
alluring, and often political in nature.
The Artist and the Pervert is one of these art pieces.”
“Billed as a frank look at a range of topics including race, sexuality,
politics and power dynamics, The Artist & the Pervert
is a provocative exploration of how the pair
navigate the particular challenges of their alternative lives.”
“The Artist & the Pervert is an idiosyncratic introduction to Haas’
floating constellations of overtones and microtonal experimentation.”
LIFO Magazine mentioned THE ARTIST & THE PERVERT as their
number one choice in a list of 11 Films to watch at the Thessaloniki Documentary Festival.
PARALLAXI mentioned THE ARTIST & THE PERVERT as a radical film
not to miss at the Thessaloniki Documentary Festival.