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The Unforeseen (2007)

Not Rated | | Documentary | January 2007 (USA)
A documentary about the development around Barton Springs in Austin, Texas, and the environment's unexpected response to human interference.

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Curtis Peterson ... Himself
... Himself
... Himself
Ann Richards ... Herself
Roy Butler ... Himself
William Greider ... Himself
... Himself (archive footage)
Bill Bunch ... Himself
Jim Bob Moffett ... Himself (archive footage)
Cedar Stevens ... Herself
Nico Hauwert ... Himself
Chock Woodruff ... Himself
Neil Tuttrup ... Himself
Frank Cooksey ... Himself (archive footage)
Dick Brown ... Himself
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A documentary about the development around Barton Springs in Austin, Texas, and the environment's unexpected response to human interference.

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Not Rated
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$2,496, 2 March 2008, Limited Release
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Trivia

Terrence Malick, a long time resident of Austin, originally conceived the idea for the film. See more »

Goofs

A latter animation showing water lines becoming blood vessels has a noticeable shift. It appears a duplicate frame has been accidentally inserted. See more »

Quotes

Gary Bradley: Nature in your life, very quickly becomes God. A God who gives great abundance at times... and takes everything away at times.
[on growing up on a farm]
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Crazy Credits

The film's credits play alongside a series of photographs. Contribution photographers are listed at the end of the sequence. Photos were from various Flickr accounts and many names are actually Flickr members' nicknames. See more »

Connections

Features Frontline: The Great American Bailout (1991) See more »

Soundtracks

Window
Written by Jimmy Lavalle
Performed by The Album Leaf
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Disorganized information patched up together, confused of what is it trying to say
10 August 2009 | by See all my reviews

What's the movie trying to say, what's the issue it trying g to raise? If you know nothing about the subject/place and just watch this movie, you will never know. Just like another engineer finish another Operational Manual - only good for people only know how to operate the machine.

The movie should be clear and self-sufficient for people know nothing about the current issue(s) so people know what it is trying to say.

This movie is only good for people already know about the issue and want to get more information.

Karl


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