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The March Hare is an experimental art film that was produced by Sander Cohen. This film can be viewed in a Need to Know Theater in Fontaine's Department Store's bathysphere station in Burial at Sea - Episode 1.
"The March Hare"
|Level: Fontaine's Department Store|
The film appears to be themed after the March Hare from Lewis Carroll's Wonderland stories. It shows a woman wearing a mask fashioned after a rabbit standing in a checkered room. One instance shows a dagger on the floor and others show blood splattering all over the place. The film ends with the mask concealing a rose and a rabbit's shadow cast upon the floor.
Location: In Fontaine's Department Store's bathysphere station. Take the steps and leave the area on the left side.
Behind the ScenesEdit
- The film appears to have influence from the 1924 art film Le Ballet Mécanique by post-Cubist artist, Fernand Léger.
- According to Ken Levine, Bill Gardner composed the Kinetoscope videos for The March Hare and The Black Dream for Burial at Sea - Episode 1.
|Need to Know Theaters and Kinetoscopes in Burial at Sea - Episode 1 and Episode 2|
|Burial at Sea - Episode 1||High Street||Taking the Taint Out of Fontaine · The Greatness of Dr. Brigid Tenenbaum · The Big Daddy|
|Fontaine's Department Store||The Black Dream · The March Hare|
|Burial at Sea - Episode 2||Housewares||Free Men & Free Markets · Sex Without Compromise · Regardèrent et Furent Observés · Message Received, Ryan!|
|Factory||Kinetoscope Seized from the Graveyard Shift Bar|