This meditative, sometimes violent pseudodocumentary examines the effect of toxic waste dumping on America’s landscape and its psyche. Forevermore takes a free-form, diaristic path, combining dreams, memories, scientific documentation and mad visions to address the shady politics of waste management.
The film follows Isaac Hudak, a displaced aerospace worker and small-time waste disposal entrepreneur, wrestling with his alienation from society and trying to reckon with the heinous deeds he has committed. The story is told through a web of voiceovers, reference texts, popular media sources and diary entries.
Peopled with tattooed faces, shadowy fathers and anonymous scientists, Forevermore’s dreamy, symbolic atmosphere provides a visual counterpoint to its noir narrative voice. Far from the traditional earnestness of environmentally conscious films, Forevermore is a deeply cynical look at the entanglement of irresponsible corporations and the Blank Generation.
File Name : Forevermore 1989.avi
File Size : 1017.31 MB
Resolution : 640×480
Duration : 01:21:57
Video : MPEG-4 Visual, 1 598 kb/s, 23.976 (24000/1001) FPS
Audio : MPEG Audio, 128 kb/s (CBR), 48.0 kHz, 2 channels, 1 stream
Genres: Experimental, Documentary