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World Without Waves (2004)

A sudden allergy to electricity forces a successful New York television producer to seek refuge in an off -the -map Texas place. After chopping down a rural power line, he creates an ... See full summary »
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Will Stewart ... Louis (as Will Foster Stewart)
Tara Bast ... Sarah
Jeff Kober ... Doug
Stephen Bruton Stephen Bruton ... Loy
Brad Leland ... Earl
Alton Watson Alton Watson ... Jimmy
John Holley John Holley ... Sheriff (as John R. Holley)
John L. Wells John L. Wells ... San Saba Sheriff
Vaughn Brock Vaughn Brock ... Utility Worker
Ernie Gonzales Ernie Gonzales ... Utility Worker
John Harkey John Harkey ... Utility Worker
Mike Thompson Mike Thompson ... Utility Worker
Sametria Ewunes Sametria Ewunes ... TV Studio Crew
Jacob Gillum Jacob Gillum ... TV Studio Crew
Jason LeGrande ... TV Studio Crew
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A sudden allergy to electricity forces a successful New York television producer to seek refuge in an off -the -map Texas place. After chopping down a rural power line, he creates an electricity-free zone. The new "simple life" which he makes for himself becomes increasingly complex as he falls in love with a local woman who turns out to be more than he bargained for. Written by Anonymous

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25 June 2004 (Russia) See more »

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Brownwood, Texas, USA See more »

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Nobody Gets Hurt
Written and Performed by Stephen Bruton
Permission of New West Records
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POWERFUL & UNUSUAL
17 May 2003 | by leeda-1See all my reviews

I was blown-away by this beautiful and powerful film which I saw at a preview screening in Austin at the UT Austin film school. While the film was a rough cut, it was a real treat. I was very different than anything that I've seen coming out of America these days. Had a great Hungarian cinematographer. Spectacular images. The central premise, that there exists a parallel universe between substance/sexual abuse versus the world of technology, and the resulting analogous emotional numbness which these worlds gifts us all (whether wanted or not), is an important and unique vision. Warning...this film is intense and not for immature audiences. Hopefully it won't fly ovver the head of film-goers who have become numb to the sublime. Some great performances.


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