#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – RUNNING TIME – 01.22.58 Ratio – ACADEMY 1.33.1 Stereo Sound SUPER 8 and COLOUR/B/W apps HD Pinhole Photographs 16mm ARCHIVETHE WHALEBONE BOX is a film about a whale bone box. A box made of whale bone. Entangled in a fisherman’s net and washed up on a remote beach in the Outer Hebrides. Once touched the box can change lives.The box was given to Iain Sinclair almost thirty years ago by Steve Dilworth, a sculptor based on the Island of Harris. It was always intended to be an active thing, kill or cure. An animal battery. And part of the power of the crafted box comes from its lack of signature. At best this object has the anonymity and moral authority of tribal art, of a fetish, a relic or an accidental survivor. It is dangerous. What is inside might produce good magic or it might produce bad magic but like the box that contained Schrödinger’s Cat, it must never to be opened.In 2018 the box was taken on an 800 mile reverse pilgrimage from London back to the Isle of Harris, in the company of the film-maker Andrew Kötting, the photographer Anonymous Bosch and the writer Iain Sinclair. There was unwellness on the island and they hoped that the box might help, however little did they know the delirium that they would unleash.And all the while Eden Kötting narrates the story, working as both muse and mystic. She tries to make sense of the journey as it unfolds, sometimes awake and sometimes asleep. Ultimately the whalebone box is finally buried in the sand on the very beach from which it came all those eversomany years ago BUT something happens at the very end of the film after the credits have finished rolling, something extraordinary and miraculous….Incorporating elements of archive and pinhole photography the film is shot using mainly super 8 and super 8 apps. The film celebrates the notion of the home-made but is also an exercise in hauntological mad cap….The WHALEBONE BOX sees Andrew Kötting reuniting with Iain Sinclair for yet another remarkable collaboration after their critically acclaimed and ground baking Journeyworks: SWANDOWN, BY OUR SELVES and EDITH WALKS, except this time their machismo is undermined and subverted by the angelic presence Kötting’s daughter Eden. She transports us into a world of wonder, to a place that the audience might never have been before.Eden Kötting born on 6th April is an English artist with Joubert Syndrome. Most of her work is rooted in the elsewhere.Andrew Kötting born on 16th December is an English artist, writer and filmmaker. Most of his work is rooted in Britain, France and the elsewhere.Iain Sinclair born on 11th June is a Welsh poet, writer and filmmaker. Much of his work is rooted in London and the elsewhere.Anonymous Bosch born sometime is an English artist and photographer. Much of his work is about capturing the elsewhere.FILM MAKER – ANDREW KÖTTINGWITH – EDEN KÖTTING – IAIN SINCLAIR – PHILIP HOARE – MACGILLIVRAY – KYUNWAI SO – CEYLAN ÜNAL – HELEN PARISCAMERAS – ANONYMOUS BOSCHWITH NICK GORDON SMITH – ANDREW KÖTTING – IAIN SINCLAIR – TONY HILLSOUND – ANDREW KÖTTINGEDIT – ANDREW KÖTTINGANIMATIONS – ISABEL SKINNERSTILL IMAGERS – JOHN MAHERSOUND MIX – PHILIPPE CIOMPIPRODUCER – ANDREW KÖTTINGEXECUTIVE PRODUCER – JASON WOODCOLOUR GRADE & FIX – SAM SAHRPLES
Plot: From London to the far reaches of Scotland, the journey in the form of a quest for a whalebone box, related to its place of origin.
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An Absolute Waste of 84 Minutes of your Life. Avoid.
Awful. Simply awful.From the random woman screaming, to the absolute pseud with his verbal diahorrea about small hills, to the exploitation of a clearly tired and bored disabled performer being ignored for the sake of some extra footage on a random beach at twilight. Thin gruel.
A whalebone russian doll….
I haven’t really much idea as to what this film is trying to achieve here, to be honest. Andrew Kötting takes us, and writer iain Sinclair, on a journey to the Isle of Harris with the eponymous box that can, apparently, alter the lives of anyone who touches it. The film makes no pretence to entertain in any sort of traditional fashion, nor does it try to engage on any intellectual or cultural level either. It appears to be little more than a self-indulgent documentary-style exercise peppered with curious whalebone stories, some beautiful cinematography from far-flung parts of the country and a disabled performer who appears to have been promised a role in a film without having any true purpose throughout.
Original Language en
Genre Biography, Drama
Director Andrew Kotting
Actors Andrew Kotting, Eden Kotting, MacGillivray
Country United Kingdom
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