You Are Here (2012)
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An obsessive, self-styled "Archivist" roams the city collecting strange objects and documents. Each of the documents is an artifact from a distinct but parallel world; a map from a corporation whose only purpose is to track the whereabouts of its employees, a video made by a scientist who forgot that he was the subject of his own experiment, an artificial eye that allows people to see a common vision... When these other worlds begin to undermine the stability of her own, she is forced to leave the safety of her archive and trace the disturbance to its source. -- (C) Official Site … More
as The Archivist
as The Lecturer
as The Experimenter
as The Assistant
as The Philosopher
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Critic Reviews for You Are Here
Moments of insight flare like fireflies and disappear, whether from underfinancing or overambition is unclear.
Overlapping story threads, voices, and imagery result in an atmosphere of disquieting psychological confusion.
Smart, anxious and weirdly funny, the first feature from Toronto video artist Daniel Cockburn connects a series of scenarios that gradually begin to loop into each other.
Meticulously conceived, shot and edited, it's Cockburn's first feature after a string of well-received shorts, and it's quite the calling card.
It all feels as though a dash of the surreal has been woven into moments of banal human experience to see how far reality bends before it snaps.
Audience Reviews for You Are Here
This pile of garbage should have seen its death at the Film Festival. Now it will disappoint a larger audience with a broader release. A bunch of disjointed surreal scenes signifying nothing under the direction of one of the most narcissistic people I have ever encountered. May grant money find more rewarding projects.
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