Manufactured Landscapes

Manufactured landscapes was a very interesting documentary. I actually found it boring and intriguing at the same time. At times I was draw into the pictures or the stories, but the rest of the time I found it hard to watch. The photographer is a great photographer, making beautiful  pictures out of scenes that are manufactures by the worlds economies. It made me sad to see whole towns in China that were built around taking apart and disposing of our American e-waste. These towns were polluted by the e-waste and the people’s whole life was based on the task of disposing of it. I was also amazed by the Chinese people taking on the task of building the worlds largest dam. I liked the pictures, but wish the documentary was more interesting.

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November 25, 2010. Movie Reflections.

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