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Cafe Utopia: Cinéma Trip Tych (2008)

Not Rated | | Short, Drama | Video 20 October 2008
1. Prologue - "Shooting the Breeze": The scene is (sun)set. Features Lorne Cardinal, Bradley Moss and the music of Old Reliable. "A neat double-barreled moment of black humor that has ... See full summary »

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Wes Borg ...
Bob #1
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Cathleen Rootsaert ...
Woman at Table
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1. Prologue - "Shooting the Breeze": The scene is (sun)set. Features Lorne Cardinal, Bradley Moss and the music of Old Reliable. "A neat double-barreled moment of black humor that has something to say about the supremacy of image over text in film." - Edmonton Journal 2. "Café Utopia": Two men named Bob struggle with an uncomfortable intimacy after a random incident outside the urban, existential paradise of Café Utopia. 3. Epilogue - "The Street Lamp Flicker is not (para)Normal": Bob wanders the winter streets alone, his journey continually interrupted by street lamp interference. Random yet predictable, function and malfunction all from a first person perspective. A breakthrough is inevitable. On Incident 20 of Epilogue: "...où l'espace deviant éloquent..." - Séquences Written by Berry, Ken (II)

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"Café Utopia" - The celebrated punk film that rocked alternative cinemas from coast to coast!

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Short | Drama

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Not Rated
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20 October 2008 (USA)  »

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CAD 7,000 (estimated)
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(Black & White and Color)

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1.33 : 1
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