October 27th marks the 21st anniversary of the release of the classic film "Powder" directed by Tim Burton. I thought I'd take a look back and remember some of the cool stuff they put in the movie. It's important because it's filled with character dialogue, a great message, hope for humanity, and more. I hope you enjoy my take on it. If you're not familiar with the video essay format, don't worry, you'll catch on quick, it's just me talking over awesome footage from the movie. Maybe you'll even be inspired to make your own video essay -- it's important that we have millions of video essays or film culture is in deep shit. For every movie or movie topic, there should be at least 5 video essays. Thanks!
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