“This poetic visual essay delves into the rhythms of life, cars, and commerce on a 35-mile stretch of Interstate 110, California’s oldest freeway.” - Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
"This journey from San Pedro to Pasadena is a deftly crafted tone poem about life in Los Angeles. Comparable not in content but in aspiration to a film like "Los Angeles Plays Itself", this is a love letter to the metropolis told through a time lapse along 35 miles of the oldest freeway in California. Viewers watch as demographics change, landscapes change, classes change, all while seeing what connects them all. One of the few films here that are as interesting within their own context as well as questioning where these films belong in a spatial sense..." - Criterion Collection (Cast)
MoMA Doc Fortnight
Locarno Film Festival
Santa Fe IFF
'Communion Los Angeles' is a visual essay that traces California’s oldest freeway, the 110, as it courses from the San Gabriel Mountains to the Pacific Ocean, defining and dividing the communities it is designed to serve. Viewing the 35-miles of blacktop as both infrastructure and public architecture, this equinoctial journey highlights dichotomies of mobility, technology and urban space in a complex, socially stratified metropolis.
68 Minutes | English.
Directed by Adam R. Levine and Peter Bo Rappmundd
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