Flight 237, Obama's 237, and Room 237." This was stimulated by the Flight 237 Ebola scare at Logan Airport, Boston. But it tracks back, today, to 9/11's beginning in Portland, Maine, via Logan Airport, to the Twin Towers in New York City.
Room 237 has received film world praise. And thus it has spammed at least one good copycat, of sorts.
This new documentary is Pitch Perfect 237, by Cook St. Productions. (View here, if video does not show up.)
What quickly becomes apparent is that Pitch Perfect 237 - without getting in the way of itself - is a well-made documentary that has great synchromystic insights. It mixes the topic with equal parts of humor and deep twilight symbolism. This, of course, is being done as if one of the stars of the Twilight movies, Anna Kendrick, has some control over what is being revealed.
The secret behind the insights in Pitch Perfect 237 is the seemingly tongue-in-cheek observations on the role of 9/11 in Pitch Perfect, as if that is its primary hidden message. But even in humor individuals can decode twilight language.
Pitch Perfect 237 is clever. The male singers, The TrebleMakers (sounds like The Troublemakers), sing a song (and act it out) about planes, and the Barden Bellas, dress as airline attendants, as they sing. Pitch Perfect 237 counts them and, humm, finds the numbers intriguing.
Enki King, who posted this video on his Facebook wall, also mentioned, "It just occurred to me that Anna Kendrick is from Portland Maine, and Mohammed Atta flew out of Portland International Jetport the morning of 9/11. Hmmm..."
I do have to note there was a strange televised program in 2010-2012 entitled Inside Room 334. It was a web series where a fictional deranged hotel owner installs a spy camera inside Room 334, and posts the clips he collects online. Bizarre, to say the least.