Cafe Utopia - Cinema Trip Tych

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Ken Berry
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A punk art house film experience."Cafe Utopia" - The celebrated punk film that rocked alternative cinemas from coast to coast! Two more short films by Ken Berry complete this triptych, and Bob's journey: An examination of the dramatic experience through cinematic content and form.1. Prologue - "Shooting the Breeze":The scene is (sun)set. Features Lorne Cardinal, Bradley Moss and the music of Old Reliable."A neat double-barreled...moment...of black humor that has something to say about the supremacy of image over text in film." - Edmonton Journal2. "Cafe Utopia":Two men named Bob struggle with an uncomfortable intimacy after a random incident outside the urban, existential paradise of Caf? Utopia. Features Shaun Johnston, Wes Borg, Neal Grahn, Cathleen Rootsaert, Kirsten Van Ritzen, Bradley Moss, Catherine Green, Trevor Duvall, Tanis Dolman, Darrin Hagen and Dave Morgan with the music of SNFU, Jr. Gone Wild, Pax Arcana, The Loved One and Magic Music."(This) black and white short has an amusing undertone that keeps you intrigued." - Edmonton Journal"I loved (this) movie! Watched it twice in a row. Great!" - Guy Maddin3. Epilogue - "The Street Lamp Flicker is not (para)Normal":Bob wanders the winter streets alone, his journey continually interrupted by street lamp interference. Random yet predictable, function and malfunction all from a first person perspective. A breakthrough is inevitable.On Incident 20 of Epilogue:"...o? l'espace deviant ?loquent..." - S?quences Parental Advisory: Cafe Utopia contains strong language.Promotional clip available on Ken Berry is an award-winning Canadian filmmaker and editor. He has contributed to numerous short subjects, a number of feature films and a couple of network television dramatic series.Language: English Running Time: 29 minutesColor & B/W Audio: stereo Region Free NTSmoreless

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Independent, Experimental