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Sink or Swim

Su Friedrich came out with this avant garde film, chronicling the story of a girl and the issues with her father as she got older.  It is black and white, narrated by a little girl, and quite ambiguous as to whether this is self-reflexive or not. Without reading anything about the film, I took away […]

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Narration 4

Trying to write these narrations has been tough.  When I first started out, I was trying to think of a political way to say everything, but that is really just not me.  Eventually I wrote this part as a response to the rough cut screenings I showed at Emerson. A lot of people told me […]

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