'I Dream of Wires', Like Its Subject, Is Large, Intimidating and Multi-faceted

'I Dream of Wires', Like Its Subject, Is Large, Intimidating and Multi-faceted

By John Garratt

Before the film's halfway point, you are not dreaming of wires, you are in the wires. 28 Aug 2015 // 2:10 AM

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