Strange Attractor
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Strange Attractor

Terence McKenna -Techno-shaman
Lady Miss Kier of Deee*Lite - Dance diva/tripper
Britt Welin - as the exotic half of the attractor
A Guy Called Gerald -techno-world ambient soundtrack
Claudio Moure - poorly adjusted techno-terrorist

Created by Rose X
Directed by Ken Adams

A strange attractor is created when lovers synchronize their minds, bodies, and computers using botanical substances.

An enchanted and skewed digital dream world, Strange Attractor inverts the Adam and Eve story and re-visions the Persian/Arabian tale of Layla and Majnun.

Sufi love madness meets media prophecy.
You have never seen anything like it.

Average Amazon Customer Review: 5 stars

Neo-psychedelia at its finest. - Patrick Sanders, Movie Mania

Trippy psychedelic graphics, weird techno storyline, November 8, 2003 Amazon Reviewer: A viewer (Hoboken, NJ USA)

Truly amazing! Better than Alien Dreamtime, but in the same vein. The graphics are even better, and the music is compelling even without Stephen Kent on didgeridu. What this one has that AD lacks is a storyline with characters. If you're familiar with Terernce McKenna's writings, you'll have no trouble figuring out what "blue apple" really is!

Psychedelic experience, September 26, 2003
Amazon Reviewer: zap

very interesting... Lady Miss Kier (of Dee-Lite fame) makes a groovy and bizarre appearance. great CGI stuff here, plus an interesting storyline that weaves in and out of the graphics. philosophical, makes you think...

Neo-psychedelia at its finest. - Patrick Sanders, Movie Mania

An experience that viscerally demonstrates, in sight and sound, the phenomenal power of the psychedelic imagination and eroticizes intelligence. - Robyn Sean Peterson

One of the most meaningful projects to come out of the Rave culture thus far.... frequently stunning visual mélange. - Alternative Press

Rose X's relentless image mutation is the richest, most nuanced motion picture psychedelia this reviewer has ever seen with his eyes open. - City Pages

... transcends the historical and the anthropological...stretch psychedelic computer effects to new limits. - R.U. Sirius in Wired

Rose X is using the same techniques explored by techno/electronica and applying them to film.

...The psychedelic imagination is on the rise and computers are providing the sounds and images for the journey. - Interview with Rose X in Fringecore Magazine

Terence McKenna, Lady Miss Kier of Deee*Lite, Britt Welin, Ken Adams,

Title #207533
Format: DVD-R