Interactive film offers billions of potential story combinations
News | 09/18/2007 5:24 pm EDT
It seems few new movies warrant repeat views. Directors may hope that a second look will add greater meaning to the story and fans may watch and re-watch films to find inconsistencies, but many movie-goers will only see a film once. In order to fully experience Late Fragment, however, audiences will have to sit through multiple screenings. And that's exactly what the producers, writers and directors intended for the feature that premiered at the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival.