If you hurry the fuck up with whatever you’re doing you can catch the NYC premiere of Laurel Nakadate’s first feature-length film, Stay the Same Never Change, screening at MoMa at 6:15 PM. We get a wistful tear to the eye thinking back to the interview we did with her for Art Talk about how she’d invite strange, lonely, saggy-bellied men to come upstairs in her apartment and wiggle to Britney Spears with her or draw shitty drawings of her in ruffly undies while she videotaped the entire uncomfortable thing. Now she’s got actual budding young girls in the homeland doing the same thing except it’s fiction, they’re amateur actors, and instead of dancing with men they’re obsessed with polar bears and sewing machines and Oprah. So that’s not really the same thing at all, but it evokes the same kind of is-this-voyeuristically-creepy-and-borderline-not-OK or is-this-strangely-touching-(and-not-in-the-behind-the-bleachers-way) emotional ooze. Click down there for some idea of what we're talking about.