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Review: Disconnect (The World is Full of Empathy Inhibitors)

11:01 AM 4/12/2013 by Sara Vizcarrondo
Disconnect is the newest topical drama about the ever growing gap between humans and our humanity. The primary culprit is handheld, but as the phrase (sort of) goes: cell phones don't kill people; people kill people. And those who endanger themselves by "kindling" the flame (get it?) aren't promised redemption when they see the world beyond their handy.

First Trailer for Ensemble Drama 'Disconnect' with Jason Bateman

feedproxy.google.com – "Everyone is fighting to get ahead." LD Entertainment has debuted a trailer for a film called Disconnect, an ensemble drama about how disconnected we all are in this world, thanks to all the technological devices we have, and "a group of people searching for human connections in today's wired world." Unfortunately this is one of the most boring topics to see on film, and this trailer does nothing to change that. 9 years 31 weeks ago via theothersenhman

Hope Davis Joins Cast Of Indie 'Disconnect'

deadline.com – Hope Davis has landed a role in the Disconnect, the Henry Alex Rubin drama that also stars Alexander Skarsgard, Max Theriot, Andrea Riseborough, Frank Grillo, Paula Patton and Jason Bateman. The story, written by Andrew Stern, revolves around disparate lives that intertwine as the digital technologies intended to bring people closer together push families further apart. 11 years 1 day ago via jetli

Jason Bateman Joins Disconnect and The Longest Week

movieweb.com – Actor Jason Bateman has signed on for two indie projects, Liddell Entertainment's Disconnect and Far Hills Pictures' The Longest Week.Disconnect stars Alexander Skarsg&#229rd, Frank Grillo, Colin Ford, Michael Nyqvist, and John Sharian, who all portray characters affected in serious ways by the Internet. Jason Bateman plays the father of Colin Ford's character. 11 years 2 weeks ago via jackiechan

Alexander Skarsgård Will 'Disconnect' In New Film From 'Murderball' Director Henry-Alex Rubin

fb.indiewire.com – It seems Alexander Skarsgård is making the most of his time off from fang banging in "True Blood." The actor is currently shooting the indie flick “What Maisie Knew” with Julianne Moore and Steve Coogan, he just lined up "The East" with Brit Marling and now he's added another project to his slate from a director we haven't heard from in a while. 11 years 6 weeks ago via brucelee
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