GRRF: The Sound of Suicide Postponement

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Released 2009

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GRRF: The Sound of Suicide Postponement is a documentary shot on 3/5/09, when a stranger walked into a classroom at the University of California, San Diego, to give a guest lecture. But what the students didn't know was that they were about to get a dose of the newest form of shock theater, a genre of performance art called "Demo Noir" in which a fake software demonstration is engineered in advance to go horribly, horribly wrong. The absurdity of the cruel monologues, the comical excess of the endless technological stumbles, no matter; NOTHING dissuades the students from believing it is all real. Part comedic swindle, part psychological experiment, part oration of post-college angst, the film is not only a candid documentation of that fateful evening, it also begs the fateful question: if you had been there that night, and had been subjected to so much nonsense and smoldering dramatics, but yet having all of it cleverly packaged within the format of your average classroom presentation....would you have detected all the ridiculous duplicities, or would you have been just as deeply deceived as those unfortunate students?moreless
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    Arts, Comedy, Reality

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    Performance Art & Spoken Word, Pranks, Docu-Reality, Adult, Puppets