360 - "A dramatic thriller that weaves together the stories of an array of people from disparate social backgrounds through their intersecting relationships." I'm kind of ambivalent about this film. It was a well done film, I can understand that. But it didn't say anything to me. And everyone in it was sad and miserable and continued to be so.
Narrated by nationally recognized, award-winning broadcast journalist Bill Kurtis, Seeing the Elephant is a powerful, multi-sensory film with a ‘moving cyclorama’ referring in part to huge in-the-round paintings that caused a popular sensation more than one hundred years ago. While watching the 11-foot screen that completely encircles them, viewers are thrust into the middle of a Civil War battle.