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Assembling The World 2009

NR

If you don't care where you are, you aren't lost. An interior travelogue through lands at war. A darkly comic out-of-body experience about bioethics, SETI, tourism and religion. DIY punk aesthetic of feedback, grungy images and attitude, the film examines reason, science and western thought in relation to the metaphysical. Soundtrack by 1CHTHY5 on Souncloud and LastFM. Best of fest award winner.

Starring:
Jay Wright
Runtime:
45 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Western
Director Jay Wright
Starring Jay Wright
Studio Unavailable
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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I kept fast forwarding to see when the movie would actually be "watchable". It never was. HORRIBLE! The sound was all static and I couldn't hear anything. Nothing made any sense to me. Total waste of about 10 minutes of my time and 2 bucks!!!!
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This is one of those unusual films that appears to be nothing at first and then becomes about quite a bit. It finds different places under different stresses and using some unorthodox techniques - the sound is clearly a purposeful move to put the viewer in a different headspace - compares them to each other and the narrator's own interior. Occasionally funny, and always pretty to look at.
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