Whites Of Their Eyes
1991, 27:30 minutes, colour, English
Deep South 1990: what changes and what does not. Whites of Their Eyes focuses on four people: Richard, a student at Tulane; Mack, a resident of Selma's projects, and Charlie and Verna May alligator trappers and skinners. In the free-form dialogue which emerges, each addresses complex issues with candor and humour, forming a mesh that belies standard notions of race, class and consumption.
Qu'est-ce qui a changé en 1990 dans le Sud profond des Etats-Unis? L'auteur répond à la question à l'aide des témoignages de quatre personnes. Un dialogue informel se dessine entre les scènes où les questions de race, de religion, de consommation et d'argent sont soulevées.
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