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An excursion into the fields of awareness, breath and gravity,
seen as a sequel to Gil de Kermadec's "The Ball and The Wall"
as well as building on Jørgen Leth's "Motion Picture." In "Before
The Wall," the ball itself is mainly removed, being more image
or inspiration, with the focus resting on the body and its intimate movement and balancing. The wall, in this case, serves
as the interfacing of athletic and everyday living, between
the ready and the already. Computer technology has made it
possible to make the sound of one ball struck the soundscape
of the entire film (sounds played out by Lars Ulrich).

Directed by Molly Martin, Rick New and T.U.
2002. 60 minutes.

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Screened at the Orion Music + More festival June 23-24, 2012.

Clips presented and discussed at "Front Row with Lars Ulrich and Friends" (includes some video of T.U. and L.U.'s segment) at the University of California at Berkeley, March 2, 2016.