An Interactive Feature Film

Late Fragments” is the first fully interactive dramatic feature film, and it’s now available on DVD. I read about it at Schema Magazine, ‘an online platform about ethnic cool in the new Canada.’   I don’t know what the new Canada means, but Schema is a great source of interesting pop culture news.

Late Fragments has three storylines: A male stripper struggling with past trauma, a mother dealing with the loss of innocence of a child, and a father trying to reconnect with a son. Together, they offer thousands of pivot points.   As you choose which storyline or character to explore, you discover more nuances and delve deeper into the poignant stories.

Apparently, the unifying theme is Restorative Justice.

Despite all my sexist posturing (which includes a vehement disapproval of male strippers) I am all ready to choose my character…The Traumatized Male Stripper.   Who among us could refuse him?

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5 Responses to An Interactive Feature Film

  1. this sounds really interesting. but I don’t know if I want to be able to choose the outcome when I’m watching a film. maybe just because I hated those choose-your-own-plot books (which pissed me off a lot). A film is different though…insane. i can’t even imagine what it would be like. would you be stuck there for 10 hours watching every possible permutation?

  2. ^^ yes, this could be much worse than video games for me, or it would just start more remote control fights with husband.

  3. Sister Wolf says:

    Hahaha! Yeah, my husband too with the remote.

  4. enc says:

    Why, none, of course.

  5. Imelda Matt says:

    What’s to be traumatized about, you whip off your kit and tea bag some middle-aged fruit!

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