Let's Play Prisoners

Julie Zando

1988, 22:00 minutes, B&W, English


Let's Play Prisoners is about how power is exchanged between females. It is based on a short story, in which a young girl is manipulative and cruel towards her girlfriend. The girlfriend takes it - she loves absolutely and indiscriminately because for her masochism is a source of love.

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