Mar 30, 2006 — The sprawling corporate landscape has become a defining feature of American culture, whether it's the Walmarts, Home Depots, and big boxes of the country or suburbs, or the Starbucks, Hiltons, and Hard Rock Cafes of the city. Veteran film director Jem Cohen calls it a "superlandscape." He's made a movie about it - part documentary, part fiction - called Chain. He'll show Chain and speak afterward Monday at 7:15 pm at the Roxy Theater in Potsdam. It's a part of the Cinema 10 film series. Cohen told David Sommerstein he's been collecting footage from malls and hotels and amusement parks all over the world for years.