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*Corpus Callosum (2002)

A surreal and comic exploration of an office space and the decorations of a living room.

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Michael Snow

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Michael Snow
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Jacqueline Anderson ... Walking Woman
Berj Bannayan Berj Bannayan
Greg Hermanovic Greg Hermanovic
John Massey John Massey
John Penner John Penner
Kim Plate Kim Plate
Tom Sherman Tom Sherman
Joanne Tod Joanne Tod
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A surreal and comic exploration of an office space and the decorations of a living room.

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 August 2002 (USA) See more »

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Mono

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1.33 : 1
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what a ride
23 July 2002 | by thaddeus_wellesSee all my reviews

Mark Snow gives you on extreme experimental experience, he has done everything possible to distort his images here and the low hum of sounds continues with sudden jarring high frequency bolts to keep the audience in check. The living room scene is definatly something special, the very high frequency colours seem to almost pop out of the screen at you and the way he controls the objects in that scene is just amazing, esspecially when he starts brining in the real objects in place of the generated ones and making them disappear just as easily. Obviously it is experimental and not for everyone, but Mark Snow is a legend making film for almost 40 years now and this definatly belongs in best work list.


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