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Toakyro almost 4 years ago
Good overall for those not necessarily familiar with the topic The Apple part was too long
Peter Desmet over 4 years ago
Interesting subject, rather incoherent, uninteresting documentary.
Dani Rolli 5 years ago
This trilogy should replace the bible.
Ken Miguel-Cipriano over 5 years ago
such a good film for a rainy day in.
Henry Collingridge over 5 years ago
Cracking good designers gushing with smashing ideas.
Ben Hoskings almost 6 years ago
Great— the excitement of design (Ive's is palpable), and the realities of sustainability.
John Barton almost 6 years ago
My whole outlook towards toothpicks changed after seeing this movie.
Jason Foutz 6 years ago
Industrial designers just aren't as interesting as font designers. Watch Helvetica instead
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Damian Nimeck over 1 year ago
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Erik B. Anderson over 2 years ago
Priscilla Leung over 2 years ago
Buğra Yazar over 2 years ago
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Phetcharat almost 3 years ago
Colin O'Brien almost 3 years ago
Objectified is a feature-length documentary film examining the role of everyday non-living objects, and the people who design them, in our daily lives. The film is directed by Gary Hustwit. Objectified premiered at the South By Southwest Festival on March 14, 2009. According to Swiss Dots Production, the film is the second part in a 3-film series Design Trilogy the first being Helvetica about the famous typeface and the third and last film being the documentary Urbanized.
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