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Adjust Your Tracking is a feature-length documentary film directed by Levi "Dabeedo" Peretic and Dan Kinem. It's a passion project made by true lovers of the format hoping to capture why VHS holds such a special place in so many different people's hearts. The film features interviews with VHS collectors, video store owners, filmmakers, and distributors.Written by
Immerse to the past and you may never again be the same...
I've to tell you that i have been a collector for a long long time. And since the new era, all this digital media has really stroke me deep in my heart. Now you play a movie by Digital Media, you watch it, you enjoy it, but the experience its not the same. Its not intimate, its not personal.
Adjust your tracking immerse you to the past and makes you remember how movies were supposed to be experienced. The guys from Adjust your tracking are people who cling to the past, who don't forget, who fight against the digital era.
You will find some surprises beneath the stories from Adjust your tracking that you really want to hear. From independent video stores, to block buster era and some of the coolest collectors experiences.
Adjust you tracking it may change your life... or at least you will see a VHS not like something obsolete, but as something forgotten with a really strong bond to your childhood.
Watching this documentary is like watching an old VHS. That is something that makes you fell that blast to the past kind of felling.
If you are a collector (like myself), or at least 20 years old. You are going to love this documentary.
Long live the VHS!
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