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The Archivist

USA 2021
produced by
Last Highway Films
directed by Eric Hand
starring Eric Hand, Dale Shumate, Butch Thompson, Emmett Corbin, Craig Hand, Jennifer Giles, Kendall Moody, Sam Hand, Steve Aaron, Nico Johnston, Trish Kurowski
written by Bo Gardner, Eric Hand, music by White Noise Generator, Plastic Overlords, Archives of Oblivion, Roger Webb

review by
Mike Haberfelner

In 2060, things have gone so out of control that humankind has entrusted the solution of all of Mother Earth's problems to a computer. The computer soon has come to a conclusion: Humankind's the problem and soon started eliminating humans.

It's 2070 now, and humankind largely lives in one single city. And to avoid making the mistakes they've made before, humans aren't allowed to remember large chunks of their past, and memorabilia are largely forbidden. Enforcement of the laws to forget falls upon the archivists, lawmen and -women known for their violence and disregard for everything other than keeping up law and order. One of the most violent of these archivists is Benson - but then, while confiscating a music box, a memory is triggered, a memory that makes him want to remember, and thus he steals a muscle car to escape the city for a cross country road trip, on which he's confronted with many odd characters and ideas. But this road trip is about much more than just a man finding himself but might topple the whole status quo, so the powers that be send the most brutal of archivists, Angus (Dale Shumate) after him ...


The Archivist sure is an unusual film: While it takes its premise from dystopian classics like George Orwell's 1984 and Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451, its visual cues come much more from 1960s spaghetti western and 1970s psychedelic cinema - so do expect rather than a straight story a triplike narrative that holds social and political commentary but also plenty of shoot-outs and fistfights, and more than its fair share of eccentric and/or bizarre characters. And the result is actually a rather fascinating experience, one that's bound to stay with you for a while.



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