Brock Enright is an artist. In 2007, he took a trip to California with his girlfriend Kirsten so that he could make a film for his first gallery solo show. In a short, incomplete list, this involves facepaint, some extreme screaming, shit, mouse masks, top hats, the forest, alcohol, coercion. Good Times Will Never Be the Same, the documentary about this summer trip, was directed by Jody Lee Lipes, a gifted cinematographer, who is seamless in his presence in a million unbearably close moments. It's a striking film, often very funny, and it is playing three times today at BAM in Brooklyn. You can watch the trailer above and in much higher quality here. Good Times is also available now on DVD and we highly recommend you see it. And check back soon with an interview with Enright and Lipes.
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