Ryan Beitz

Chairman of the "World Speed Project"

Ryan Beitz is the Chairman of the World Speed Project, which aims to collect every single VHS copy of the 1994 movie SPEED

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In this extended interview, Ryan Beltz talks about German Romanticism, jouissance, Stoicism and the nature of anger, and how The World Speed Project is a rebellion against the "what…

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