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Euthanasia (2010)

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In the dismal future of NYC an old man, weary of life, gets sent a letter form the government telling him to clear out his digital existence from the technologically cluttered world before ... See full summary »

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In the dismal future of NYC an old man, weary of life, gets sent a letter form the government telling him to clear out his digital existence from the technologically cluttered world before he dies. Final Freshman project for NYU filmmaking. A short narrative told through still photos. Written by Anonymous

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28 September 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

How ironic that this film cautions of a future in which people have put out so much crap on the internet, that there's no longer any memory to store it...yet the film itself is another example of crap that we could do without, clogging up our servers. Why did the director cast a guy with such an annoying voice as the narrator? It sounded like Saul Rosenberg was complaining to me about how he wanted his shoes and his glasses...so he could have them. What really sucks is that the idea to do a whole film with just photographs, reflecting memories of a person's life as footprints showing that they are still a part of this world long after they are gone, is a great one. Within the last year, I saw a collection made up of daily photographs that a man took over the course of about 20 years, during the course of which he contracted and died of cancer. Flipping through every day of his life, represented by one photograph, was pretty moving. Unfortunately, "Euthanasia" missed the mark...I'm going to resist the easy opportunity to turn the title back on the film itself.


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