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Disjointed poor cousin to "End Of Suburbia",
This review is from: A Crude Awakening: the Oil Crash [DVD] (DVD)
This film has a real "Death-By-Viewfoil" feel about it. There doesn't appear to be a narrative that tells a coherent story, so it feels quite superficial and disjointed. For me, there are a few interesting tit-bits such as the Russian contributions, but I don't feel that this film manages to hold the viewer's attention anything like as well as "End of Suburbia" does. I suspect they got lots of commentators on board to emphasise there being widespread concern, but I feel as though it's a distraction that hampers what little flow there is in the film from Matt Savinar. In fact it really drags on.