"That is a rule of mine, that I don`t want to have a man who tumbles his laundry dry. In a dryer all kinds of stuff mixes in the fibres, and you can feel it right away. You just can`t feel comfortable in clothes like that."
Formally the film directly calls to mind classical experimental filmmakers like Michael Snow. However, the chatty tone typical of teenagers and the abstruse connection between laundry and men strip the film of its austereness, turning it into an absurd little comedy of everyday life. (Andrea Dittgen)
"So anyway, I do find it extremely important that you feel good in your clothes. That‘s why I only wear them once. Unless it‘s been a really nice day that I want to remember, in which case I‘ll keep them on, but after two days, at the latest, I´ll put on something fresh.“ (from the voice-over-commentary)
Courtesy of the artist