|BUSCADOR DE PELÍCULAS|
Estreno en España
“In Buffalo Common, Brown trains his camera on North Dakota as a storage facility for nuclear America's warheads (nonchalantly tucked between farmers' fields) and the seeming indifference of the state's citizens to being Armageddon's welcome mat. But this isn't a snooty indictment of the small town any-business-is-good-business mentality. Brown's lazy pans and roaming camera picture these Dakota towns sympathetically, as lonely frontiers, hauntingly beautiful in their woeful emptiness. With a drifting, ethereal style as delicate as a pebble skipped on water, Brown charts North Dakota's shifting status (with changes in nuclear policy) from national self-storage unit to garbage heap as missiles are junked, citizens flee to new lives in Vegas and buildings stand empty, waiting for human company. Brown paints a lonely picture of dirt-road town squares and austere concrete buildings plunked down like monopoly houses on an economically post-apocalyptic landscape” - Felicia Feaster, Creative Loafing.