Snakes in the Grass

Greg Woodbury and Barry Nichols

1986, 09:00 minutes, colour, English


A subjective exploration of the root of sexual guilt, using the vehicle of childhood memories. Four discrete events, centering around the same character, are interwoven to evoke a feeling that authority is somehow opposing the character's attempt to release his sexual guilt.

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