In 1980, author and filmmaker Chris Petit made his directorial debut with Radio On, a stylized variation on the conventions of the road movie, and thirty years later he revisits the themes of that film as reflected by contemporary technology and a more mature man's perspectives. In Content, a man drives cross-country with his young son accompanying him in the back seat. As the hours and miles pass, the man ponders his past (trips he'd taken as a young man), his present (life as a middle-aged dad) and the possibilities of the future, both positive and negative, as he also shares his thoughts on YouTube as a creative medium, the erotic component of e-mail, radical political actions, the changing faces of Europe and America, and how the shed has become a dominant force in our culture. Content was an official selection at the 2010 Rotterdam International Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi … More
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