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Everything Everywhere All At Once (2022)

A visceral, roundabout way to have a simple conversation

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Everything Everywhere All At Once (2022) reminds me of a Rube Goldberg Machine. You know — the type of machine that performs an extremely simple task in a very elaborate, complicated way. Take for example the machine below. Its function is to simply crack an egg. Yet the process is elaborate…




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Eta George

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