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Uploaded on Apr 22, 2009

Coca-Cola bottles start attacking people and take over the world, a short B-grade horror with a message.

Winner of ABC Recovery's Cinema Amateur competition in 1997, appeared as part of the 360 FliX programme at RMIT's Kaleide theatre 11/8/97, and as part of the art exhibition Poll at the GOGO Heirdressing art gallery, Northcote, 6/4/97 - 2/5/97.

This B&W silent super8 film was originally made for the 1996 White Gloves Film Festival in Melbourne, Australia. Entries must be filmed in sequence within 48 hours. Film requires processing so you can't edit or even see what you've filmed before handing it in. The first time you see it is in the cinema with everyone else. This however is the "director's cut", so a few things have been tidied up and music added, but it's basically the same. A list of my films can be found here: http://www.software3d.com/Film.php

Music is "Australia Don't Become America" by Cranky from their 1995 "2 Bugs" EP. Contrary to popular opinion the film was not made for the song, but the two clearly go together well.

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