Rubber Cement

"RUBBER CEMENT employs a variety of formal techniques and modes - including live-action footage, line drawings, animated geometric figures, color washes and found material in the form of newspaper clippings and sales receipts. The soundtrack follows a similar collagist tendency, offering snatches of dialogue, music and natural sound. The film is divided loosely into sections - some involving representational figures and others presenting purely abstract imagery.

"It seems fitting that one of the central 'characters' in RUBBER CEMENT is a bottle of film editing glue which collects and trails behind it a chain of colorful fragments. For through the collagist potential of frame-by-frame construction and the adhesive possibilities of the editing process, Breer has created a highly eclectic and brilliant cinematic work." - Lucy Fischer, UFSC Newsletter