The opening of trailer shot is beautiful (and I stopped to view further as I am willing to watch the full film shortly!). I subscribe MUBI and it seems on its distribute. Concerning about environmental issue - yes pylons are a kind of symbols of aggressive industry, isn't it. Also by scenic point of view, this might be a mess for some people...?
Austria 28 June 1972 Lienz-Pelos Pylon Line / design: O. Zeiller, engrave: R. Toth
Quote: es pylons are a kind of symbols of aggressive industry, isn't it.
Hi Tomoko, I do not see it as that, they have brought untold benefits to us as a species, in the past, but times are rapidly changing, and we now need to adapt / reassess.
Our new Prime minister, is a few days old, and a fabulous illustration of a vibrant democracy, we kicked out the previous pretender, who had the temerity to call us West Australians "Cave people"
Once again, I have become a proud Australian, where democracy have provided a change for the better, driven in a large part by the female vote Climate change (hopefully) will now have a strong voice in our future decisions.
Our new Prime minister is now in Tokyo as we speak.
A re-direction towards less hight and footprint version of tower "T-pylon" was mentioned in the article in "what is pylon". I think there are tendencies for "less aggressive" and very interesting style to move ahead, but somehow less attractive for me. They are not build in real yet, but when they appear on the ground, I have to go and see, to analyse what elements of conventional/historical pylon appeals to me...
Your new prime minister - I have read about him - only yesterday he started! I read the history of prime ministers in Australia and learnt that Labour politicians formed a government as early as 1904. Still a lot to learn about the world!!!
Telegraph / Electricity Pylons How we pay for them
As Australians digested the news this week that benchmark electricity prices are set to rise by as much as 18 per cent, Bruce Mountain had a worrying thought. While the headline numbers looked bad, he reckoned the reality was likely to be far worse. "It's quite possibly disastrous for customers," Mr Mountain said. "It really is a tough issue now for governments and there is no magic wand here."