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The New Arrival (2000)

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A car travels across a long bridge, headed for a big city. Although we don't see them, we hear a man and a woman talk about old times. Not everything is entirely in focus; the images are ... See full summary »

Director:

Amy Talkington

Writer:

Matt Diehl
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A car travels across a long bridge, headed for a big city. Although we don't see them, we hear a man and a woman talk about old times. Not everything is entirely in focus; the images are grainy. After awhile, the car arrives at a retirement home, and one of the travelers is welcomed as a new arrival. It's a cheery place. The new resident is wheeled to his room and lifted onto the bed. We get a glimpse of him, and, as the rest home's public address system calls on other residents to join an activity, it all becomes clear, including why things are slightly out of focus. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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USA

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English

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Cantina Pictures See more »
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Great idea and execution
22 January 2001 | by LucciXSee all my reviews

Amy Talkington jumped at Atom Films' offer to make their first short using a revolutionary new technology called Immersivision. Immersivision allows the viewer to navigate every second of every scene using a simple pointer on a computer screen 360 degrees. The New Arrival demonstrates Talkington's talent for selecting unique characters to present to the indie film audience. As the viewer of this film you instantly become a senior citizen being welcomed to your new home. Look around and get acquainted with a new technology in a really fun scene.


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