A documentary about the development around Barton Springs in Austin, Texas, and the environment's unexpected response to human interference.
Did You Know?
Director Laura Dunn
was 9 months pregnant at the time of her interview with Robert Redford
. The interview took place on her due date. She gave birth the next day to a son (to whom the film is dedicated). See more
A latter animation showing water lines becoming blood vessels has a noticeable shift. It appears a duplicate frame has been accidentally inserted. See more
I walked the deserted prospect of the modern mind - where nothing lived or happened that had not been foreseen. What had been foreseen was the coming of the Stranger with Money. All that had been before had been destroyed: A new earth had appeared in place of the old, made entirely according to plan. Some small human understanding seemed to have arrayed itself there without limit, and to have cast its grid upon the sky, the stars, the rising and the setting sun. I could not see past it but to ...
The closing title sequence, designed by Kyle Cooper/Prologue, begins on a massive abstract-art depiction of overdeveloped land and zooms all the way down to the surface to rest upon a single tree. Cooper requested his credit be "Closing title/Cosmic Zoom Sequence" which is what appears in the credit crawl. See more
Written by J. Birgisson, O. Dryason, G. Holm, K. Sveinssin
Produced by Sigur Rós
Courtesy of Universal Music Enterprises See more