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Screen Time: A tour of Ferris Bueller’s bedroom

by Kim Latreille

May 12, 2020

That’s Random

Screen Time: A tour of Ferris Bueller’s bedroom

Take a walk through artist Sarah Keenlyside’s virtual reconstruction of Ferris Bueller’s cinematic teen bedroom, courtesy of Hollywood Suite’s nationwide OnDemand preview

“Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in awhile, you could miss it.” ~ Ferris Bueller

Wise words. But sometimes life does offer a do-over.

Artist Sarah Keenlyside recreated Ferris Bueller’s cinematic teen bedroom, right down to the Bryan Ferry and Simple Minds posters and Ethan Allen-style chest of drawers, at the Gladstone Hotel’s annual Come Up to My Room art exhibition in 2016.

But, if you didn’t get a chance to experience Keenlyside’s remake at the Gladstone, and since it’s doubtful any of us is going anywhere, anytime soon, not to worry. Director Ryan Mains made a documentary about Keenlyside’s creation that you can experience from home.

Called “Ferris’s Room”, the doc is being streamed by OnDemand movie channel Hollywood Suite. Check it out during Hollywood Suite’s nationwide free preview that they’ve graciously extended during our nationwide lockdown.

For an appetizer, here’s the virtual reality 360 video tour of Sarah’s work. The detail is completely on point! She didn’t miss a thing.



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