12 videos plus bonus footage featuring the recent collaborative efforts by new, unreleased works of Jeffry Astin (Digital Natives) and Joshua Rodgers (Broken Machine Films). Both nostalgic and contextually present, each chapter challenges the senses in various ways; content varies from delightful and playful to utterly disturbing. There’s a subtle theme that reflects, at times, the “uglier” or more somber potentials of current society, especially that of the western hedonistc variety. As a general disclaimer, there’s more than a bit of graphic content. Beware. Be aware. This is your world.
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