There Is No Way To Where We Are (1990)

There Is No Way To Where We Are  1990 (6:30)  Through an impressionistic mix of images, the history of human communications is traced from symbols to digital communications. Parallel images of the evolution of technology, including those of war, are interwoven with the human form.  Advances in communication and technology have the potential to draw the human race closer together.  But whether that happens or not, remains an unknown.  What happens after the wall comes down? Please see Reel Time PBS Interview – Edward Boilini reflects on the content and process of the production.


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