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Not an Irrelevant Trifle

Not an Irrelevant Trifle

directed by:

Debora Elgeholm

The expectations for the technical development during the 1950s had an existential dimension. The religious movement of Scientology was started around this time, comparing man to a computer and our memory to a hard drive where everything is saved in complete colour and sound at 25 frames per second. This film mixes quotes from Sigmund Freud, C. G. Jung, and L. Ron Hubbard to form a conversation around technology and identity, as well as ideas of memory and the unconscious.

Project Specs:

Experimental

00:14:04

Sweden, United States

2019-08-29

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