HEIMWERKER (HIGH TECH)

HEIMWERKER (HIGH TECH)
3 Stars
Year Released: 1997
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Running Time: 2 minutes
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Computers, CD players, tape decks, etc. are gleefully destroyed with drills, circular saws, and by being burned and hurled to the ground. There are several shots of a bleeding wound on a finger, evidently a byproduct of the destructive frenzy.
Besides acting out a fantasy that many of us have had when confronted with the idiotic design of consumer electronic goods, this film depicts an ironic Luddite revenge; technology destroyed, but using some pretty fancy tools to do it. The bloody finger reminded me of our love/hate relationship with machines, where we simultaneously resent them and overidentify with them.
FIVE SHORT FILMS BY THORSTEN FLEISCH ^ This film is part of the series of “Five Short Films by Thorsten Fleisch.” These five short films all explore Fleisch’s obsession with creating dialogues between the human body and machines. Read all of the reviews including HEIMWERKER (HIGH TECH), VIDEOHAUT (VIDEO SKIN), K.I.L.L., BLUTRAUSCH (BLOODLUST), HAUTNAH (SKINFLICK).



Posted on May 13, 2002 in Reviews by
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