Waiting in line for the carousel, in addition to toilet trained children note the woman with flailing proto-human and vintage 1990 baby carriage.
The rumor is that some children who enter this playground labyrinth are never seen again. It is unsure if they fall into the underworld or simply fall prey to other playground urchins.
Two young female humans, apparently enjoying themselves while riding on refuse from the petroleum industry, a discarded tire/swing.
"Adventures in Breeder Land" was thrown together in summer 1991 (or possibly 1990). It is but a short video essay, extolling or damning the exuberance of youth (with emphasis on toddlers and the stroller set). One gets the sense that were running all directions at once in the children's playground fairly near the Haight Street eastern entrance of San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.
The movie combines digitally primitive frenetic speed changing, the park's carousel (which provides the soundtrack), and a slight sense of the foreboding of overpopulation, shallowly perceived or addressed in this film that was less than the length of two broadcast television commercials.
Videos with an asterisk (*) are available for viewing courtesy of the Internet Archive.
►Adventures in Breeder Land (1990)
The Detaxilification of Quemalt Aite (1992)
(sketched out: never produced)
The Last Time Dennis Saw Iowa (2005)
(see also: "Red Meat and Red Jell-O")
Sturm in der Deutschstunde (1992)
A Tour of San Francisco (1987)
(the very first "movie")