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The Pigeon Egg Strategy (1998)

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... Jam Kitchen / Bartender 89
... Sichems
Bruce Walker ... Fenniak, Jap
Rachel Jacobs ... Eni Vatapa
... Rutledge
Daniel Milder ... Janko
Kevin Colbert ... Other
... Samba Man
Jaiminho ... Wissen
Johnathan Ho ... Taxi Man
Ron Van Praag ... Barfly
Rik Thomas ... Arn
Hugh Jennings ... Pattiser
Dave Murphy ... Bartender
Dennis Bianchi ... Grissi
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It's all fun and games until somebody loses an eye* [*or a "u"]

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An philosophical cult classic
16 October 2004 | by See all my reviews

Complexity theory finally finds a voice in the movie industry.

Each time I saw this movie, I discovered something new. Questions about time, space, synchronicity, and culinary innovations weave through stories held together by a group of existential gangsters.

The question of time: The movie is in black and white, setting a sense of timelessness. The story develops in a non-chronological fashion, but not through flash-backs. Cleverly done, the movie challenges the linearity of time.

The question of space: Like the writer, the movie's characters have moved through different countries: Brazil, Hong Kong, Germany. Somehow, they have always been connected - even if as simply as by a piece of German ham.

It is an intellectual and philosophical treat!


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