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National Film Board of Canada: Blabla

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Vincent Morisset, the interactive artist behind Arcade Fire's Neon Bible, has created BlaBla, an online film for the National Film Board of Canada that 'explores the fundamental principles of human communication'.

The film is totally interactive. Without any interaction, the graphics and characters on the screen are inert; but by clicking and moving the cursor to 'communicate' with the character, viewers can control the action, sound and music as they move through six different chapters.

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