Demonstration Movie I


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A companion film to DAS BALLETT. Noted lecturer, Eugene M. Wank, instructs us using a folding chair as a metaphor for life's choices. In this theatre event he shows the audience how to turn their chairs so that instead of facing front, facing the screen, they change to face each other across an aisle in which the innocent, funky ballet will be performed. But his instructions are from the 1950s and the audience discovers that the film chair folds opposite from theirs. He doesn't know this; he just tries to give young people good advice.

[Source: Filmmakers' Coop website]

A film especially designed to help young people make the difficult transition into adult society. The problem of changing your position is illustrated using a familiar object - a chair. When sincerely followed, this film will bring undreamed-of success in sexual relationships and occupational careers. And it is useful in a multitude of other situations. Approved for school and instructional use. -- R.F.

[Source: LUX]