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quietearth [Celluloid 01.27.12] Serbia scifi drama

Beautifully shot and utterly enigmatic, Marin Malesevic's second feature attempts to prove life after death through apophenia which is seeing meaningful patterns or connections in random or meaningless data. I use the word enigmatic because the trailer gives nothing away. I'm guessing this will be a quiescent exploration on the limits of consciousness and perception which delves into the hysterical with a superstitious old world flare and antiquated science.

Relying on the work of Letonian scientist Constantine Raudive, psychiatrist Marko Mazibrada performs experiments aimed at empirically determining whether there is life after death by the phenomenon of apophenia. Working with the editors of Monthly Armageddon, a magazine which deals with paranormal phenomena, they enter into a sequence of events that culminate in a flow extreme limits of human perception.>

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