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Road Does Not End (2006)

For over thirty years, the infamous Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, Texas has stood as a symbol of America's freedom of mobility gained by the automobile. Follow this documentary short of Todd ... See full summary »

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For over thirty years, the infamous Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, Texas has stood as a symbol of America's freedom of mobility gained by the automobile. Follow this documentary short of Todd Kent's conversation with Stanley Marsh 3, creator of this enigmatic and eccentric sculpture. Written by Anonymous

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Stanley Marsh: Art outta be under the underpasses, in the supermarkets, in the filling station, on the side of the road and in the mall where you don't expect it. It outta come as a surprise. It outta be where you didn't know it was going to be there, so when you look at it, you make a decision yourself on whether it's any good or not.
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Too short--I wanted more!
24 September 2008 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This documentary is now posted on IMDb for viewing in the United States (along with almost 100 other shorts). Hopefully this beta service will be available everywhere, as this short is exceptional and should be seen.

Stanely Marsh is an odd artist who lives in Texas and is responsible for "the Cadillac Ranch"--a piece of modern sculpture made up of 1950s era cars stood up on their ends in a row. It's been seen on TV and talked about in a variety of books (such as "Roadside America"). Here in this film, he not only talks about this and a few other pieces of his pop art, but also discusses his philosophy about museums and the art world. He believes that museums are often dull and need to be loud, interactive and full of life and whimsy. He thinks that places like the Jefferson Memorial are dull and would be greatly improved if viewers were encouraged to leave a part of themselves behind in the form of graffiti. A fascinating portrait, though I wonder how much I would have loved this little film if I didn't also agree with his philosophy! Overall, very interesting and well made but I really was left wanting more!!


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