Cut to the chase.
In Action, Type A combines cinematic conventions and filmic styles with child’s play. We learned how to be tough guys through watching and imitating: war, cowboys and indians, cops and robbers. The behavior, presented and repeated, would inevitably make its way into our minds and eventually our actions.
Action constructs a series of shots to form a sequence without narrative. It can be seen as a “best of” reel or, perhaps, a trailer to a movie that will never be released. Type A again explores the constructs of masculinity attenuated by media and eagerly accepted into society.