Mini-Doku: Florida Man


Großartige Minidoku von Sean Dunne über Florida Man, finest american Weird since 1974. Auf die Idee zu diesem Portrait des „Florida Man“ kamen sie während eines Shroom-Tripps und das sieht man.

Snip aus einem Interview mit Dunne auf Directors Notes (via Dangerous Minds):

This whole thing started with a mushroom trip. Cass (Greener – Producer), Isaac (Bauman – Cinematographer) and I tripped out and during that very productive, tingly come down period we dreamt up Florida Man. We watched this amazing series of internet videos called Surveillance Camera Man and felt deeply compelled to make this film. Our approach was to book rooms in 5 different cities and show up and see what the universe would provide for us. No set agenda. We shot each day in two shifts, 5pm – 9pm, then a night shift from midnight until whenever. Basically we just drove around aimlessly, stopping any time we saw something or someone that interested us and one thing would lead to another and the universe would pull us in one direction or another. Most of what you’re seeing in the final film is the entirety of our interaction with these guys. It was quick and to the point and I didn’t even interview people besides the occasional “any words of wisdom?”.

So what we got was a whole bunch of people telling stories and talking about whatever was on their mind. It was a strange and exciting journey that took us to a lot of places we didn’t expect. My longtime friend and editor Kathy Gatto was masterful in her interpretation of what this meant and how to translate this experience to the audience. One of my favorite things we’ve ever done together, she really blew me away on this one.

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Florida Man: Worlds worst Superhero
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