Men's Madness (1991)

A provocative critique of man’s technological progress. In hindsight, Men’s Madness, (described by the Guardian in 1991 as ‘an outlandish essay in technophobia') seems remarkably perceptive as the relentless assault on the natural world continues. Assertions in the film about the drives of those who force the techno-machine... read more
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