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Robert Elvis Marmorstein (USA)
|1.||At home a lad flicks through the many channels available on American
television. Even at work, he idles his time away playing with the channel
changer. He finds his nights filled with the many images in his head from
the TV screen. He continually finds the same girl appearing on the screen
and soon discovers that his channel changer can change things before his
very eyes in real life. The story takes a new twist when the girl from the
screen confronts him in the flesh; she too has been dreaming. . . A summary
of this intriguing but demanding video is difficult since the narrative operates
on almost as many levels as there are channels to change to, but this collage
of story fragments and apt songs pulls itself into a meaningful whole by
the end. For some this will be compulsive viewing, others will find even
a short length of its long playing time audio-visual indigestion. Starring
Taebor Lime and Hihi Dahl Huntz.
IAC Bronze Seal 1987
|Total running time 44 mins.
Not available for hire at present.