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Pop Meets the Void (2015)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Fantasy, Music | 29 April 2016 (USA)
In a hyperreal combination of live action and animation, an unhinged musician preoccupied with self-mythologizing daydreams struggles to release his first album after 15 years of recording songs alone.

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Music is Math Fan
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Walter's Brother
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Reporter (as Janel Smietana)
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Walter
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Lead Singer of Rabble! Rabble!
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Jocelyn Vammer
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In a hyperreal combination of live action and animation, an unhinged musician preoccupied with self-mythologizing daydreams struggles to release his first album after 15 years of recording songs alone.

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Comedy | Fantasy | Music

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Pop Meets the Void won Best Feature Film at The Lower East Side Film Festival 2015 in New York City. See more »

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I recommend this film to all
12 May 2016 | by See all my reviews

A truly original independent film written, directed and acted by a very talented artist.

The cast and crew and everyone involved put together a wonderful work and a labor of love.

I thoroughly enjoyed the creative visuals as well and found the live action combined

with the animation to be unusually interesting.

I have never seen another film anything like Pop Meets the Void.

Anyone who has struggled with being an artist will understand the frustration and difficulties of needing to express oneself and of course the desire of wanting to be recognized by one's talents however large or small they may be.


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