William Gibson - No Maps For These Territories DVD

Posted: Dec 14 2003, 11:02am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:51am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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William Gibson - No Maps for These Territories DVD
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The first time the Amazon.com recommender email actually hit the spot. I did not know about this documentary featuring William Gibson. The William Gibson - No Maps for These Territories DVD got released on the 25th of November 2003, even though the documentary is from 2000.

You sure read Gibson's ground-breaking cyberpunk novell Neuromancer back in the day.
DVD Description:
British documentarian Mark Neale found a perfect conceptual approach to this wide-ranging visit with the founding father of "cyberpunk" science fiction: On a rainy day in 1999, and for several sessions afterwards, Neale drove Gibson around various North American locations in a limousine equipped with sound and video gear, pointing his mini-cams at nothing but Gibson and the passing world outside. Then Neale went a step further, incorporating a superb soundtrack by Tomandandy with readings of Gibson's trend-setting fiction (by U2's Bono, writer Jack Womack, and others), and combining this with digital composites of changing imagery through the limo's windows.

Amazon.com sells William Gibson - No Maps for These Territories DVD for $22.46.

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