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Resurrection Mary

Resurrection Mary

Category: 16
All Genres: Drama
Release Year: 2006
Country: USA
Runtime: 69
Rating: (0)
Languages: English
Director: Christopher Forbes
Sound: Stereo

  • One lonely Square must save his two dimensional world from an invasion from the 3rd dimension!

  • Writing by: Christopher Forbes – writer

    Produced by: Jay Pulk – producer

    Cast: Tripp Courtney – Male story listener
    T.E. Leward – Reginald Price
    Jay Pulk – Daniel Warner
    Renee Reiter – Mary Price

    Music: John Philip Sousa
    Official Website: Visit Website

    Plot Outline: Flatland is a two-dimensional universe occupied by living geometric figures – squares, triangles, circles…
    Plot: Tim discovers that it's unwise to accept a haircut from an angry stylist.

    Movie Quotes: A Sphere: You people certainly like your shiny things.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    Cartography – Ladd Ehlinger Jr. Stellar Charts – Tom Whalen Anti-Gravity – Karen Guelfo Sonic Markings – Mark Slater Historical Memes – Edwin A. Abbott Particle Acceleration – Megan Colleen Cosmogony – Greg Trent Neutrino Brewer – Jon Shoemaker Massively Parallel Computations – Patty Elms Quantum Mechanic – Hal Stanford Mereological Nihilist – David Evans Humulus Lupulus Acosmist – Dr. Jeff Sanders Renderosity – Bill Welles, the Kubiks, Lynn Trent Quasiparticles – Jacqueline Clift

    Goofs: We know about 2 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Factual errors: A Sphere says that the “cube” is building from playing cards has the same length, width, and height, yet the pattern on the cards clearly shows that the length/width ratio is 4/3.

    Trivia: There are 3 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • “Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions” was originally an 1884 novella by the theologian and mathematician Edwin A. Abbott. It is popular among mathematics and computer science students, and considered useful reading for people studying topics such as the concept of other dimensions. As a piece of literature, Flatland is respected for its satire on the social hierarchy of Victorian society. As of this writing there have been three films made based on this novel, of which “Flatland: The Film” is the latest.
    • Two of the characters from the film, A Square and Colonel Triangle, were programmed as artificial intelligence “chatbots” that can be chatted with online at www.FlatlandTheFilm.com/chat.html
    • “Flatland” was the first computer-animated feature film to be created by one person, without the legion of animators and technical crew required by larger-budgeted animation studios.

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