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Perhaps you've heard of Matthew Barney: art star, director of the insane Cremaster series, and creator of, most recently, another strikingly odd and beautiful film called Drawing Restraint 9. In the new documentary Matthew Barney: No Restraint, director Alison Chernick tries to unpack the methods and madness behind Barney's project, which involved a Japanese whaling ship, solidified whale puke, a crew of skeptical Japanese in jump suits, and 45,000 pounds of petroleum jelly. Oh, and Björk, the mother of Barney’s child.
The doc is getting an exclusive engagement at the Museum of Fine Arts, and we've got a few pairs of tickets to give away to the Wed, January 31 screening at 8:45 pm. First-come, first-served: email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with "no restraint" in the title. UPDATE: our email box died and we lost everything. If you emailed us, please re-up by posting in the comments section, we'll get at you ASAP.
WATCH: Matthew Barney: No Restraint (trailer)