Rosetta: Audio/Visual (5.1)
Rosetta: Audio/Visual • 1h 5m
Rosetta: Audio/Visual is a feature-length documentary that chronicles the musical accomplishments, monetary struggles, and intimate friendships of blue-collar, do-it-yourself, post-metal band Rosetta. Every album is a creative milestone, each tour a test of faith. Four years in the making, Rosetta: Audio/Visual tells the story of emotional and material sacrifice made by an electronics technician, high school civics teacher, coffee shop barista, and martial arts instructor in order to achieve financial control and artistic freedom.
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Deleted Scene: Armine Discusses Rose
In this scene Armine talks about the life and death of his dog Rose. When we had this in the film it was actually two different scenes and they nearly made it into the final version. Ultimately we chose to remove it from the film because it interrupted the flow of the story in the second act.
Deleted Scene: Matt Tracking Guitars ...
This brief scene originally concluded the Anaesthete recording session in the film. We chose to end the sequence with Matt unplugging his guitar and walking out of the studio as it felt more conclusive. Fans of the band will enjoy this as it is Matt playing guitar live by himself with no other in...
Deleted Scene: Dave Jiu-Jitsu
This sequence focuses on Dave's intense passion for Jiu-Jitsu. Since the film's completion Dave has become a certified Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu instructor. This deleted scene was the first sequence we edited for the film and it remained in numerous iterations for months.