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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 OtherLife Review – Virtual Reality Goes Bad in Ambitious Australian Sci-fi Thriller
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'It is not uncommon for films about drug users to contain closeup shots of pupils dilating. This is hardly surprising given closeups of eyes have long been fashionable in cinema; the famous opening of Luis Buñuel’s 1929 classic Un Chien Andalou comes to mind. And after a hit of the good stuff, eyeballs look fabulous on screen, as films like Requiem for a Dream remind us.' (Introduction)

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https://www.theguardian.com/film/2017/jun/19/otherlife-review-ambitious-australian-sci-fi OtherLife Review – Virtual Reality Goes Bad in Ambitious Australian Sci-fi Thrillersmall AustLit logo The Guardian Australia
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  • OtherLife Gregory Widen , Ben C. Lucas , Kelley Eskridge , 2017 single work film/TV
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