Watch all six Star Wars movies at the same time and be driven mad


“Have you watched all of the Star Wars movies?”

“Yeah, of course, dude.”

“No, no, no. I mean, have you watched all of the Star Wars movies AT THE SAME TIME?!

Such is Star Wars Wars, created by senior Archer animator Marcus Rosentrater. The project plays all six Star Wars films (original trilogy and prequels) at the same time, superimposed atop each other in a terrifyingly dissonant nerd palimpsest to end all nerd palimpsests.

Check it out below.

For what it is, it’s sort of watchable for curious nerds, and there are moments of interesting overlap and clutter. It’s a little like art installations involving multiple projections, such as The Shining: Forwards and Backwards (as discussed in Rodney Ascher‘s documentary Room 237), or Douglas Gordon’s Between Darkness and Light (After William Blake), which superimposes The Exorcist over The Song of Bernadette.

[via Laughing Squid]

Hubert Vigilla
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