70 min, 2019, dir. Miko Revereza
A voiceless narrator rehashes details about his mother’s affair as he crosses America by train.
“Mama has two phone numbers. We do not talk about immigration on her Obama phone. For that we use the other number with no data plan.” The linear train ride moving from Los Angeles to New York diverges into unruly directions of consciousness. A multiplicity of voices share thoughts, dreams and histories evoking images far away from the enclosed spaces of this trains interior. While capturing these landscapes and interiors through his lens, the moving images evidently illustrate an undocumented subjectivity, a site of precarious movement, migration and fugitivism in America.
50 Best Films of 2019
#37 No Data Plan
BFI Sight & Sound
In Theaters March 2020
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