NTSC/4:3/TRT 3:29/Color/2002

 Randomity is a quirky comedy, told entirely in still photos, about one man’s impossible desire to stop making decisions. Media artist and professor Franklin Miller wrote about the film, “Again, we have the Dustin Morrow attention to detail: the wind noise, the absolutely clean sound and picture, the off-kilter asides (the country station on the radio, for example). It is the irony of causality being overtly tagged as random that is, for me, the heart of the piece. The use of the dialogue form gives it both the casual impromptu quality while at the same time alerting us to the philosophical (Socratic) undertext. Of course it is a moral tale, really quite existential if you are willing to go that far.”

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