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Worker and Parasite: The People’s Motion Picture

15 March 2012

So, my pal Nate and I had the following conversation yesterday on Twitter:

He should have known better.


0:00 to 42:30: Worker and Parasite wait in the Ration line. There is lamentation.

42:31 to 43:04: Worker and Parasite get one soggy biscuit. Between them.

43:06 to 58:24: Scenes censored by State Film Commission.

58:25 to 1:06:45: Worker is happy to work. Parasite laments.

1:06:46 to 2:18:27: Your guess is as good as mine.

2:18:28 to 2:29:00: Scenes censored by State Film Commission.

2:28:01 to 2:32:45: Return to the Ration Line. Worker sees the State evolving to meet the needs of the People. Parasite laments.


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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Nate permalink
    15 March 2012 0928

    Man, that’s a really good movie, once you get into it. Well done. 🙂

    My assumption is that in Frame 6, Worker and Parasite are having an argument about Hegelianism. And lamenting.

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