i'm not too sure who's the target audience for this movie. the topic is about burning man, but
more particularly the administrative staff of burning man. a combination of who deserves what credit, and who is the most deserving of the idea of burning man. i can appreciate forward thinkers like the members of the suicide club, and the following societies, but was expecting more of a documentary about the event burning man through the eyes of its participates, which it sorely lacked. i expected this because the film maker went to the event to make this movie. and instead of documenting his experience, he created a second source documentary about other people's experience a long time ago. i think the film maker lacked first source self documentation, and relied on the biased view of others too much. often showing the extreme, trying to narrate a story that does not apply to experience and purpose for most of the participants of this event.
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