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Obviously Mother! is not subtle, and it's certainly not attached to anything more than a patina of everyday reality. You will soon realise that the house, with its carefully coiled rooms and doorways that dip and fall over multiple levels, sits surrounded by grasslands and distant woods. No driveway, no car and no powerlines are visible. Even as it's playing with the conventions of psychological horror, it's tempting you into thinking the setting is Mother's mind. It's not – you're in Aronofsky's world.

Frank Hopkins, in his Rare Old Dublin: Heroes, Hawkers & Hoors (2002), writes that a "Brazen Head" on Bridge street is first recorded in 1613, described as a messuage —a plot of land for a house or a "residential building taken together with its outbuildings and assigned land"—owned by Richard and Elinor Fagan. [10] [11] However, this reference to a 1613 Brazen Head did not take place until 1700, where it appears in a writ issued against the estate by three merchants—John Withington, James King, and John Kennan—relating to an outstanding debt dating from 1613. [12]


Brazen dating requirements

Brazen dating requirements