posted on Dec, 23 2017 @ 07:03 PM
Here goes Episode 1: Primal. I really worked this week to have an embedded player here in the page for you all, but after waiting forever for Liveleak
and then one round of removing blocked clips for Youtube it gave me more. But the archive.org links below you can right-click and direct download or
just click them and their streaming player goes to work.
11 years in and out of "development hell" since I first envisioned this project. I've scoured and studied the annals of cinema and culture almost
religiously all these years for when the day to begin would come, and now it has.
The series is about the evolution of human culture, from 'day one' to this very day in an attempt to project where we are going in the future. In it
we'll track the rise and fall of each major culture / empire, human invention & thought, and systems of control. I have no desire to make a piece
that just harps about how screwed up the world is, which would just play as doom porn while we all have a pretty good idea about all that. Here I want
to show how
the world we know came about, where things went right and wrong alike so that we might best be equipped to start coming up with
real solutions to the serious problems we face as a species.
Presented in the "Language of Television", I can promise you there's just nothing else quite like it.
This episode deals with the origins of human language, the first civilization, and a whole lot more. It does 'depict' biological evolution,
although I didnt set out to prove it its just fulfilling my story structure. Its all about cultural evolution, while across the series it shall take
an agnostic approach to all the different religions as I have no intent on proving or disproving any of them, while to understand the thinking of each
civilization their obsessions with their gods is often crucial.
I'll caution the NC17 version of this particular episode has a short couple "mondo" scenes which makes this the most 'shocking' episode of the 12
But just in case I have a PG13 version here for the squeamish:
Dont worry it isnt me just talking the whole time; it's the furthest thing from it, while this season goes nowhere near any of the left / right stuff
everyone loves to hate each other over. And as with all of my works, I've really worked to try to make it an experience
You might not expect there to be much to learn from our ancient past as lessons for today, but one of the key case studies unique in PRIMAL here is
perhaps the most important lesson of all not to be repeated in our near future...
So let me know what you think!