Post-Modern Daydream

16mm, black and white, sound, 3 min
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"An integral blend of picture and sound making and experimental film that compels the viewer to pay attention to the late 20th century catastrophe. A true San Francisco film in the adventuresome spirit ...
Rental format: 16mm $20.00

About

"An integral blend of picture and sound making and experimental film that compels the viewer to pay attention to the late 20th century catastrophe. A true San Francisco film in the adventuresome spirit of a long avant-garde tradition." – Barbara Hammer
POST-MODERN DAYDREAM was produced six months prior to the earthquake that shook the SF Bay Area on October 17th, 1989. Meant in reference to the legendary earthquake on April 18th, 1906, its prophetic statement is reminiscent of both fateful days.

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