Video

Life On Our Planet

Tess Payne

1987, 12:00 minutes, colour, English

TAPECODE 016.04

In Life On Our Planet, the characters juxtapose the world of the media with the world of their lives. Reality, dreams and images, interposed, create a fragmented and remote existence. Some of the character's sense of identity become obscured and the dilemma of defining oneself within a media conscious environment becomes evident.

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