Two circles move in not-quite unison; a camera tracks a car which, later, tracks a track, all forced contact and slow speed, velocity crying out for inertia like friendship, a time apart in the digital flow of motion to talk and listen and know, where history sits speaks slowly as a tangent…
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One of the most unique, raw, unashamed, heart worn on the sleeve, and creative adventures that transforms into a clever discussion on Canada's legacy and actual impact, inspired and fueled by our consumer/virtual-reality based cultural obsessions.
I need to watch it again!