Creative Control (2015)

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Creative Control: Directed by Benjamin Dickinson. With Benjamin Dickinson, Nora Zehetner, Dan Gill, Alexia Rasmussen. In near future Brooklyn, an ad executive uses a new Augmented Reality technology to conduct an affair with his best friend’s girlfriend…sort of.

“The movie is not great, but the first impact is that itu0026#39;s a black and white hipster thing complaining about the hard lives of creative execs who drink and have too much cocaine and what itu0026#39;s doing to their souls, and itu0026#39;s not just that. The black and white is because a large portion of the movie is about an augmented reality interface and it does provide the color. The hipster thing… well, itu0026#39;s a hipster thing. You have the creative exec married with a yoga teacher who falls in love with his fashion photographeru0026#39;s wife – itu0026#39;s as annoying as it sounds – but in the end it is just an exploration on how the high octane top class technology adrenaline fueled culture is dissolving your identity. The problem is that the augmented technology is not that relevant to the subject of the movie and that most of the film is this guy making bad decision after bad decision. u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003e It takes too long, but in the end I kind of enjoyed the whole movie. Maybe you will too.”


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