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By Eric Campos | April 11, 2005

Simon Pummell takes his audience on a hypnotic journey through human existence in “Bodysong,” a sewn together collection of images celebrating the human body and all the s**t – good and bad – that it goes through during its time on Earth. It’ll make ya wanna hug your neighbor and punch them in the face at the same time.
Compiled of archival film footage from the last 100 years, “Bodysong” runs through six different phases of human life – birth, growth, sex, violence, death and dreams – taking place in different cultures all over the world. Set to a beautiful original score by Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood, it’s quite a trip, a feast for the eyes and ears of cinefiles everywhere to gobble up and let slowly digest.

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