The image of the house-owning toy car jealously guarding its premises overlapped w/ an early Brit experience. Watching the road, the cars seemed to move spectrally on their own. For a second I could portray this species of self-governed and -propelled technology living in closed communities away from all human intrusion, tinkering in the garden, flocking out to absorb the skimpy sunshine. Then I recalled that drivers
It's not easy to track down (ordering a copy through Nikos Nikolaidis' official site is your best bet), but "Morning Patrol" is a must for Sci-Fi fans. A beautiful tone poem of a film, with sumptuously lit and photographed post-apocalyptic vistas to rival "Stalker," an elegiac synth score, subtle performances, and pithy, poetic excerpts from the likes of Ray Chandler and Philip K. Dick.