Snippets from discarded footage, and with footage shot on the streets of Montreal and New York City, combined to a collage with the underlying argument as to whether man is a complex machine or a creature with a soul.
The current day-to-day life is much different than what it was thirty or forty years ago, but it is the life to which we as people are now accustomed and take for granted. But it also ... See full summary »
Lines: Horizontal is a movie made by etching lines directly onto film, like its sister Lines: Vertical. The entire movie consists of horizontal lines dancing in various mathematical patterns to beautiful music.
a found-footage film (film 'sampled' from other films) that seeks to replicate a time capsule for the year of 1954 (not entirely sure of the year). Starts with all the classic achievements of the year etc but then turns to much darker social commentary. an interesting insight into Lipsett's psyche (i believe his paranoia eventually got the better of him)
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