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  • Director Nathan Christ dithers between fashioning the film as a glossing study of metropolitan personality and a virtual advertisement for the groups included. show more

  • Echotone is scattered, for sure (the sound ordinance battle is poorly handled), but as an anecdotal account of Austin in the first decade of a new century, it's rarely anything less than compelling. show more

  • The realities in Nathan Christ's impressive documentary Echotone are, sadly, nothing new. But the emotions surrounding them are nevertheless compelling. show more

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