Spectres of the Spectrum [DVD] [1999]

Package Description: BooBoo, a young telepath, and her father , Yogi, are revolutionaries pitted against the "New Electronmagnetic Order" Their story, is set in the year 2007 in a blighted Nevada outpost, is interwoven with a history of the development of electromagnetic technologies, from x-rays to atom bombs, from telegraphy to the Internet.
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Overview

Special Features

  • Director's commentary
  • Cast & crew bios
  • "Behind the Spectrum"
  • "Science in Action" vintage tv clip
  • Upcoming releases from Other Cinema DVD

Synopsis

Spectres of the Spectrum
San Francisco-based director Craig Baldwin creates this rough-hewn experimental sci-fi tale. Set in 2007, father and daughter scientific team Yogi and Boo-Boo try to discover why the planet has ended up as a polluted cesspool of toxic, corrupting transmissions where its citizens expend terrific energy pursuing the most base rewards of a vacuous consumer culture. Constructed out of vintage '50s television shows and new 16mm footage, this film is a bizarre, savagely funny romp. Spectres of the Spectrum was screened at the 1999 Vancouver Film Festival. ~ Jonathan Crow, Rovi

Cast & Crew

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    Sean Kilkoyne
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    Caroline Koebel
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