The Rooms looks back at the remnants of the 20th century through the eyes of the 21st. Watching the film is like wandering through a ghosted world. You find yourself in unfamiliar places as if arriving in a dream, suddenly and without direction, yet with apparent logical precision. A theatre operates by and for itself; a museum archives its own contents; a city attempts to replicate language; an unfinished embassy recalls political turmoil; an abandoned spy station collects fragments of historical data and re-programmes itself. These Rooms operate as quantum architectures, forming and collapsing by themselves, defying categorisation.
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