The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear (2013)

The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear

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A filmmaker puts out a casting call for young adults, aged 15- to 23. The director wants to make a film about growing up in her home country, Georgia, and find commonalities across social and ethnic lines. She travels through cities and villages interviewing the candidates who responded and filming their daily lives. The boys and girls who responded to the call are radically different from one another, as are their personal reasons for auditioning. Some want be movie stars and see the film as a … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Documentary, Special Interest
Directed By:
Written By: Tinatin Gurchiani
In Theaters:
On DVD: Sep 23, 2013
Runtime:
Icarus Films

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All Critics (14) | Top Critics (8)

[A] thoughtful but slow and random snapshot of life in the former Soviet republic of Georgia.

Full Review… | August 22, 2013
Los Angeles Times
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The film produces moments that catch in the throat, like the man who sheepishly admits he would need rehearsal to laugh on cue. Then he adds, softly, "But cry, no problem."

Full Review… | August 8, 2013
New York Times
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No doubt it's affecting, but Gurchiani hasn't effectively connected the pieces to shape a larger story about Georgian youth.

Full Review… | August 8, 2013
NPR
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A film less regional than universal in its presentation of the human urge to reshape oneself with others' help.

Full Review… | August 7, 2013
Village Voice
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The experiment isn't more than a slice of life, but at least it's a generous one.

Full Review… | August 6, 2013
Time Out
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The effect of "Machine" is similar to an anthology of short stories woven around a singular setting. Every life in it is a window onto both a unique and shared destiny.

Full Review… | August 1, 2013
Seattle Times
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