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October 11, 2009

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I love the Super-8ness of the film. It's so resolutely pre-digital, it looks like it was made in the late 70s or something. I guess one day we'll forget what TV static looked and sounded like--a tragic loss.

Mmmm. There's something a bit William Kentridge-y about this, only without charcoal.

I remember sleeping in my van at that intersection before I sold out.

I bet Lucas and Spielberg are shitting themselves!

I really enjoyed this, John. Your well on your way to Svankmajer greatness. Takes me back to all that 60s and 70s stuff that was on when I was a kid. (Why was it on?)

I accidentally watched this without sound the first time through, which made me think a nice Buddy System project might involve folks coming up with different sound tracks for one of your stop-motion/Super-8-ish shorts. We audiophiles are hankering to make ourselves heard, if you know what I mean.

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