My Sardonic Bbuing Bbuing ~ Review
“Lamenting scarlet roses,
bicycling dinosaurs fell from a cloud.
The moon burps.”
I never imagined i would find such a non-existent drama of extraterrestrial beauty, but it fell like a comet at the trenches of my balcony and a camellia blossomed. A bee visited it and there was honey and then there were asphodels all of a sudden as an astral rain was being scattered by the magnetic wind.
My Sardonic Bbuing Bbuing is a post-futuristic and nearly celestial drama presenting the romance of still unborn lovers in universe’s embrace at the dark side of the moon. Often visualized as glowing mist, they never fail to amaze with their blurry facial expressions.
The drama takes cinematography to brand new levels with long shots from far away constellations where dots impersonate characters in a Dada pandemonium. Telescope-oriented closeups reflect the peak of emotional ecstasy into the obscurity of thoughts.
Even though it’s chaotic, the scenario emphasizes on finding water on the surface of the sun while on earth a metropolitan dystopia enveloped in a dome plummets into the void. The soundtrack resembles a sonata of Saturn’s rings amid soaring orbital melodies, a magnanimous symphony of decomposition and recreation.
The main figure is Kwon Sang Seung, one of the pilots of Dramajjang spaceship, who set sail in the vast sea of stars to find Captain Harlock’s Arcadia and witness if this review of an imaginary drama could also get stolen.
Although not an autumn leaf, My Sardonic Bbuing Bbuing falls endlessly to rise anew as long as the trampoline’s vulgar caress keeps pulsating like a jackhammer.