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Mythopoeic Times (2010)

Mythopoesis is a word that describes a time of social upheaval. It is a time ripe for new gods and myths to be born while the old gods and myths die away. To quote the film's Narrator God, ... See full summary »

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Joseph Dionne ...
Skippy
Mark Ross ...
Slag
Kerry Krcek ...
Capt'n
Jim Landry ...
Iwojima
Kelli Stepka Ross ...
Keela
Bill Allen ...
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Mythopoesis is a word that describes a time of social upheaval. It is a time ripe for new gods and myths to be born while the old gods and myths die away. To quote the film's Narrator God, 'We are now living in a time that most psychologists, mythologists, and anthropologists believe to be the most mythopoeic time in mankind's history.' Mythopoeic Times is about idea creation and belief systems. The film empowers and inspires by following four men who call themselves the Kenny La Roche Artist and Adventure Theologians. They question and protest authority in a smart, creative and unusual way by constructing elaborate large-scale art installations in seldom seen areas of the natural landscape in order to manifest a mythology they have created Written by Anonymous

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