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The Deepest Depths of the Burrow (2015)

Nychos is an illustrator, Urban Art- and Graffiti artist who became known with his street concept RABBIT EYE MOVEMENT (REM) 10 years ago. The icon of the movement is a white rabbit, which ... See full summary »

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Nychos ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bones ... Himself
Cone ... Himself
Jesse Core ... Himself
Kid Crap ... Himself
Curtis ... Himself
Dabs ... Herself
Drastrock ... Himself
Dxtr ... Himself
Tristan Eaton ... Himself
... Himself
... Himself
Galo ... Himself
Hrvb ... Himself
Insa ... Himself
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Nychos is an illustrator, Urban Art- and Graffiti artist who became known with his street concept RABBIT EYE MOVEMENT (REM) 10 years ago. The icon of the movement is a white rabbit, which has been breeding since then and has been popping up in the streets all over the globe for the past decade. This is exactly what Nychos thrives for - he travels the world to spread his art and his REM concept. Within the last two years Nychos was accompanied by filmmaker Christian Fischer who recorded these journeys to create a full lenght movie. "The Deepest Depths Of The Burrow" is a documentary about art, lifestyle and subculture. The movie captures the experiences of Nychos and other members of RABBIT EYE MOVEMENT within the last several years. Exceeding the Austrian scene, they flew from Berlin to San Francisco to Copenhagen to Hawaii and many more places to visit artists who all provide a unique view into their (street) culture - They lead Nychos through the streets of their home cities and ... Written by Rabbit Eye Movement

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From the Burrow with love.
29 November 2015 | by See all my reviews

For everyone who is interested in catching a glimpse of the passion which lays within the graffiti scene, this documentary is a must see. Its neither about the overall perspective nor a deeper look into some kind of niche. Its about the countries Nychos traveled throughout his graffiti, the special places where he left his mark, the people he shared time and walls with. The documentary captures the love for the art and the lifestyle of the involved artists in a good atmosphere and the filming is really nice. Grab yourself a beer, take a cozy seat in front of your beloved screen and get floated away following the rabbit from snow covered Austria to the sun cloaked shores of Hawaii!


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