Terminal Cell (216)
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(Nov 17, 2008)
Terminal Cell (216) is an experimental/live action short film, produced and directed by B. R. Tatalovic at Cleveland State University's film school (2004). The film was shot in one day, with Bolex H16 camera, two actors, two narrators, and two crew members. The result was: a highly provoking cinematic political statement about the United States of America, and its presidency.
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