Two Hours to Zero Trailer

Two Hours to Zero Trailer (2004)

01 January 2004 8 mins

A crime story told two different ways concerning the events of a two month period leading up to (and immediately following) a bank robbery. The imagery has all been "appropriated" (the fancy, art-world-sanctioned term for "stealing") from four issues of an early 1960s comic book version of the then-popular American television show 77 SUNSET STRIP. Music by Rhys Chatham ("Guitar Trio"). - Lewis Klahr

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