Dresden
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Dresden
Dresden is an examination of the world told through pictures and sounds randomly overlapping one another. A narrative story unfolds within the context of the film but is embedded in divergent scenes of New York City and occasionally unrelated soundscapes that mesmerize the viewer. Writer/director Ben Speth creates the character of Alex to use as his subject in this study of random happenings called life. The story follows Alex, a thirty-eight-year-old dancer, as she goes through the motions of her day--drinks with a girlfriend, fighting with her boyfriend, dance rehearsal, infidelity--and… More
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Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"While Dresden may go through all the motions of a typical historical romance, it does so with style and earnestness."
‑ David Cornelius, DVDTalk.com
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