Stemple Pass

Stemple Pass

Investigating another, deeply troubling facet of rugged American individualism, James Benning gives us four landscape shots containing a painstakingly constructed replica of Unabomber Ted Kaczynski’s cabin, one shot per season. On the soundtrack, Benning himself reads extracts from Kaczynski’s journals from the early 1970s, recording his progress at hunting and gathering, and his connection to the Montana wilderness; a hand-written folded sheet of paper detailing his acts of “monkey wrenching” and first attempts at planting bombs; two notebooks written in numerical code in 1985 and decoded by Benning in 2011; two excepts from Industrial Society and Its Future by "FC" (aka the Unabomber Manifesto) as published in its entirety (35,000 words) in The New York Times and The Washington Post in 1995; and a 2001 interview with Kaczynski by J. Alienus Rychalski, special correspondent for the Blackfoot Valley Dispatch.

Investigating another, deeply troubling facet of rugged American individualism, James Benning gives us four landscape shots containing a painstakingly constructed replica of Unabomber Ted Kaczynski’s cabin, one shot per season. On the soundtrack, Benning himself reads extracts from Kaczynski’s journals from the early 1970s, recording his progress at hunting and gathering, and his connection to the Montana wilderness; a hand-written folded sheet of paper detailing his acts of “monkey wrenching” and first attempts at planting bombs; two notebooks written in numerical code in 1985 and decoded by Benning in 2011; two excepts from Industrial Society and Its Future by "FC" (aka the Unabomber Manifesto) as published in its entirety (35,000 words) in The New York Times and The Washington Post in 1995; and a 2001 interview with Kaczynski by J. Alienus Rychalski, special correspondent for the Blackfoot Valley Dispatch. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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aiden t (ru) wrote: Wonderfully absurd sketch comedy that answers the burning questions involving sex.

Barry T (au) wrote: Quirky and very original - Love Francois Ozon

Giorgos V (kr) wrote: Tipota idiaitero alla vlepetai

Ariany P (ca) wrote: Good movie when you pay the entrance half-price. I liked the soundtrack

Rick L (jp) wrote: Only a Blanchett fan could truly appreciate the sublime brilliance of Bangers. (Or maybe a short film enthusiast)

Lauren F (au) wrote: I really like this movie. Very funny and great performances by Amanda Walsh and David Boreanaz. Every time it comes on, I can't stop watching it!

Rainer K (kr) wrote: I found out earlier today that this classic is surprisingly short (runs about 17 min) so I decided to check it out immediately.It was no mistake. However, I'm not enough of a film nerd (yet) to truly appreciate it. Well, even I see the surrealist style, its imaginative and controversial visuals and groundbreaking narrative, editing and cinematography but it's flawed. I don't have much experience with black and white films especially from the silent era but it's totally overexposed in my opinion. I also don't like these weird Lynch-like attitudes of films whose only premise seems to be confusion and so opens its door for (mis)interpretation.I guess nobody can really tell what it's about but maybe that's the essential part and fuss about it.EDIT: We watched that in class - so about four hundred people at once - on a big big screen, and it made a completely different impression on me. I still doubt that anyone could tell what it's about but that's not the point.Not only is it technically groundbreaking but the vast symbolism is just something you have to appreciate as a film stud. I gave it 80% for the moment but I think whenever I revisit it, I'll grow with it - the sky's the limit here.

Mark B (it) wrote: Anybody else have short term memory loss?

Nauman T (mx) wrote: I'm a great lover of nature. I've never watched before such a mind blowing and soul touching documentary. It's really really reallyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy amazing...

Esther C (gb) wrote: Really made me think about His life from a different perspective. Good watch!