Eye For Film >> Movies >> Annotate (2003) Film Review
Reviewed by: Angus Wolfe Murray
Energy. What is it? Where does it come from? How is it harnessed?
You might reply, half-dressed at three in the afternoon, "I don't give a monkey's, mate. When I switch on the telly, it works, and when me mum washes my clothes, the machine does what it should. What else is there?"
Annotate is a hugely imaginative discourse, if you will, of the various form of renewable and non-renewable energy sources, complete with moveable graphs and clever animation.
In the end, you don't know what it's about, because all this science is a bit baffling, but it's never boring, thanks to a Peter Greenaway style of presentation.
Definitely switched on!Reviewed on: 03 Oct 2003