Nothing In A Rectangle Is True
Don Starnes and Connie Kronlokken
Six engaging characters confront mediated life: Talley wants to connect with people, or at least their avatars. Peter wants to be free from pre-fab reality. Roy wants get out of this movie and go back to real life. Twenty-first century personalized media has fragmented society into a loose constellation of filtered micro-communities. This makes working together for social justice impossible. Rectangle empowers the audience, evening the odds between media practitioners and the rest of us.
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