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With the simple use of tape recorders, Louis C.K. manages to paint an intriguing picture that reveals notions of estrangement and automatic patterns that we may experience all too often on our daily lives.
The short but well executed production manages to bring the point across with quite little effort: The concept is efficient and the execution does it justice.
With original music and a choice of black and white film/equipment, an interesting atmosphere is created, painting a picture of the future through the lens of the past.
One of the more accessible short films of C.K., delivering a short, enjoyable experience.
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