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The Wire | Nicholas Rombes Gets Weird

Nicholas Rombes, author of The Absolution of Roberto Acestes Laing, and writer/director of our second feature film, The Removals, was interviewed by David Davis at the Weird Fiction website. Davis asked Rombes whether there is "such a thing as 'too weird'" and whether he would consider someone labeling his work as weird as a compliment.

The Removals, written and directed by Nicholas Rombes (Two Dollar Radio 2016)

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Posted by Eric Obenauf on 01 November, 2016 0 comments |
"The Removals comes from a long line of intentionally ambiguous, paranoid thrillers."

Over the past two days, Nicholas Rombes has appeared in conversations at Vol. 1 Brooklyn and 3:AM Magazine with Mark de Silva, author of Square Wave, where he's discussed everything from dubbing over old VHS tapes scored from UHaul outlets, Mussolini's Blackshirts, revolution, and "art as a weapon."

Milly Sanders and Eliza Jane Wood-Obenauf on the set of The Removals (Two Dollar Radio)

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Posted by Eric Obenauf on 11 May, 2016 0 comments |


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