The film was created by cutting, burning, weaving, and wrapping 35mm movie trailers.

I'm by no means a purist, but the loss of tactility we're now experiencing with cinemas switching to digital projection weighs on my soul a bit. I visited a friend and fellow filmmaker who owned the wonderful Charles Theater here in Baltimore-- he took me to the projection booths and a storage 'cavern' that was filled with 35mm film trailers. Juxtapose that sight with today's modern, clinical, humanless projection systems and you may well feel the same profound sense of loss I felt.

For me this film served as a way to reclaim the rolls of film 'trash' and to memorialize a disappearing medium.

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