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September 1, 2011

footage from an assembly line

hypnotic :: click below to watch


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Check out season 1 of the Canadien show How things are made. Season 1 is amazing. Later seasons they way stripped down the production value. But season one the amazing lighting, tracking dolly shots, and orginal scores. A master piece of artistic and educational documentaion of the world we never see.

Posted by: eli spear at September 2, 2011 1:31 AM

Must be a guy thing... at about 1:50 I scanned to the end and that part's neat. Now must go google-image some flowers. :)

Posted by: ojeano at September 2, 2011 2:33 AM

What struck me is that the actual cars seem delicate and fragile compared to the immense machinery which helped made it.

Posted by: Pseudonym at September 3, 2011 12:35 AM

Hypnotic was right. I'm not into cars, and I am not a guy, but the strong emotional context if this just drew me in. This is a window of history. It is a look at the strange way that humans attempt to cover their animalistic past with forced order.

I see these people and wonder how many hours they worked. How many days? Years? Did they have families they had to support one rivet at a time? I also began wondering how many were still alive, and wondered to myself what they might think about modern cars and their assembly.

This was so interesting, Ze. Thank you.

Posted by: Xatike at September 16, 2011 7:26 PM

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