Intriguingly dreamy. For the most part it's Donna Haraway explaining and commenting on her work, life, and the society. But every now and then we get some unexpected, hallucinatory drifts. All the above is accompanied by interesting and perfectly suitable music. While this document is probably not the top of the league, Donna's charming personality and her great, natural storytelling skills lift it to another level.
Whilst it is always (pedagogically) enlightening to listen to a scholar of Haraway's stature, the problem with this film is that it lacks a cinematic vision: the shots are vacant of the 'story-telling' denotations that would render this an aesthetically rich experience. Moreover, Haraway's (and Latour's) politics of hybridity are neither entirely new nor free of dogmatism themselves, as soon as hybridity is 'named'.
It is a treat to be in the company of such a lively, questioning and compassionate mind. Her discourse swoops over subjects that feel extremely pertinent at our current moment, but are not shackled to the now or dogmatic, and the film adds some visual va-va-voom to ensure we don't lose concentration.
Muy Interesante ensayo filosófico (además de experimental Storytelling cinematográfico), sobre el Antropoceno (término del cual hoy me acabo de documentar, más me parece muy válido), su génesis y visibles -al menos me lo parece a Mí- consecuencias. Basado en un análisis de las circunstancias, ofrece una esperanzadora visión basada en un feminismo/humanismo gradualmente consciente.