Cellular Disposition (2011) - Watch Online. Directed by Andrew Makadsi

Genres Fantasy     Musical     Mystery     Short    
Director    
Country USA
Runtime 18 min
Plot Cellular Disposition is the collaborative debut of videographer Andrew Makadsi with the Youth Movement Collective that explores the darkness and defiance of malignant power. Through a duologue of dance, fashion, and original music, Cellular Disposition illustrates the physical and psychological affliction of cancer in a way that has never been seen before. The film follows a young dancer as she discovers and struggles with the malignant power that threatens not only her career but also her entire life.... search for Cellular Disposition on IMDb

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  • Cellular Disposition (Video 2011) - Plot Summary - IMDb

    Cellular Disposition (Video 2011) on IMDb: Cellular Disposition is the collaborative debut of videographer Andrew Makadsi with the Youth Movement Collective that explores the darkness and defia

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  • Cellular Disposition (Video 2011) - IMDb

    Directed by Andrew Makadsi. Cellular Disposition is the collaborative debut of videographer Andrew Makadsi with the Youth Movement Collective that explores the darkness and defiance of malignant power. Through a ...

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2056543/

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