Forevermore: Biography of a Leach Lord (1989) Eric Saks, Gail Faggard, Michael Scroggins, Scott Shelley

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

Quality: VHSRip
Language: English
Country: USA
Genres: Experimental, Documentary

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