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FREEDOM DEEP (Final Directors Version)


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"An amazing piece of work!" (Wim Wenders). On the 11th September 2018, a new 'bible' will be delivered. Liam a poet /prophet journeys his work across a post apocalyptic wasteland back to the remnants of civilization. He is intercepted by a warrior and an uneasy alliance forms... This intercuts with the year 1999 where as a young writer Liam's work is influenced by his spiritual mentors, most notably Kurt Cobain! Not since The Who's Tommy has rock opera pushed such limits. Music is by Goya's Child with orchestral pieces by Joseph Douglas. Writen & Directed by Aaron Stevenson (Welcome 2 Wherer U Are - MAD MAX Doco!). Features the outstanding 35mm cinematography of Karl Von Moller (The Long Weekend) and sound design by AFI Award wineer Neil Mc Grath. Freedom Deep is surrounded by current copyright controversy due to the Denzel Washington production The Book of Eli which has very similar themes and concepts....
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  • Actors: Peter Benson, Lorelei Gardner, Charles Wood, Ross Simmons, Oliver Dutton
  • Directors: Aaron Stevenson
  • Writers: Aaron Stevenson
  • Producers: Aaron Stevenson, Laurie Basten, Gavin Pavey
  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: All Regions
  • Studio: Fatal Impact Productions
  • DVD Release Date: November 17, 2008
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001LF360E
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #353,882 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Camille A. Lufkin on February 6, 2010
Format: DVD
I really thought this was an interesting concept. Unfortunately the movie itself was tedious, the soundtrack horrendous, and the storytelling worse. I really wanted to give the movie a chance... and ended up watching 85% of it on fast-forward. There is almost no dialog, which only makes the bad soundtrack that much more obvious, and the main reason why I couldn't stand watching it with the sound on.

A shame, really. I had really hoped for better from such a unique concept, but the movie only scratched the surface of what could have been something deeper.

I see that there is a new director's version out, which now links the movie to 9/11... This only saddens me. As it is, this movie ends up trying to be something like an artistic showpiece (and fails) instead of a story that reaches out and touches and stays with the watcher. Unfortunately because it only stays with the watcher as a bad memory, it shouldn't be now linked to one of the most horrific disasters of our generation's history just to try and save the movie.
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By not a happy camper on October 11, 2009
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I actually purchased this vid for a friend who was the horse wrangler working on the set.The only scenes we look at are the ones with Lindy,the beautiful palomino horse,shot in Lake Mungo Australia,the rest of the movie isn't worth watching. Sure,there are some scenes shot in Maldon and Daylesford,Victoria but the storyline,(what storyline??)and the abysmal sound track are so disjointed as to be irritating,it doesn't flow at all. The acting is not good overall and amateurish,could have been a better movie with better editing and perhaps a real sense of compassion for the mental anguish that was central to the life of Kurt Cobain.
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Bubbabanjo on September 18, 2010
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Very thought provoking. This very much had a 60's self examination feel to it. We are in a world out of control and the author looks for a future thru the wilderness. The soundtrack was great. The journey of a brilliant child thru a world lost was very cool. If you want to spend some time thinking and to open your mind give this one a try. Its not big budget. But it doesnt need it to tell the story. Very cool.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By TJ Learnihan on June 13, 2013
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The reference to "The Book Of Eli" and other films of this post apocalyptic genre is nothing more than a marketing ploy to get you to buy into this misguided, misadventure that makes comic book writing in most cases Shakespearean in appearance and presentation by comparison...Save the Time & The Dime....Look To Cyborg, Ravagers, or some of the other films of this genre...
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