Imaginative Handle Official Trailer one (2016) – Benjamin Dickinson, Nora Zehetner Motion picture High definition




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Imaginative Handle Official Trailer one (2016) – Benjamin Dickinson, Nora Zehetner Motion picture High definition

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42 thoughts on “Imaginative Handle Official Trailer one (2016) – Benjamin Dickinson, Nora Zehetner Motion picture High definition

  1. I wanted to see his face if a woman lying is beautiful in virtual reality, but in the real world would be an old lady of sixty years old, kkkkkkkkk

  2. Very interesting.Looks unique and smart…fresh. ..if done well could be really good.
    Nice to see something fresh within the shit cinema these days.

  3. I didn't like the actors the concept or the people at all. The story was rushed and seemed presumptive. It personified the cruel nature of reality, or something. So…I gave it an A for Awesome.

  4. I really love that the writer, director, and star of this is talking down on haters in the YouTube comments on the trailer. AV Club brought me here, after they wrote a savage review tho

  5. I saw this movie at the Twin Cities Film Festival, and I thought it was fantastic – funny, relevant, and grappling with complex issues without being pretentious. And quite beautiful too! Wish the female characters were more realized, but loved the concept and execution. Well done

  6. A Fake
    No stars, no action, no story…
    Watch a movie about a guy who will be hit in the face because of imagination of his mind.

  7. Oooo! This film is artsy! Look how artsy it is! It's in black and white except for some of the "augmented reality" effects! They deserve your money because of how artsy they are!

    When I was learning photography, I was taught not to remove the color unless doing so adds to the impact of the photo. Black and white for the sake of being artsy is overdone and not very effective. Not impressed with the trailer.

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