These Field of Vision-documentaries are a whole different beast.
Visually stunning, atmospheric pieces that depict the dark underbelly of the modern world in a concise way. Project X is all of them, but instead of the sleek near-modern paintings of National Disintegrations or the personal, lofi mission of Timberline, Project X is shrouded in a very classical paranoia. It's filled with dark driveways, nonsensical blueprints, redactions and brutalist monument trying to hide in the sleeping city's skyline. If you've kept up, it probably doesn't have much in the way of new information, but the way it tells it bring a sinister levity to it. The stark darkness contrasts with the ferocious banality of what boils down to project patch notes, office chatter and instructions.