Shalhevet Goldhar

1986, 40:00 minutes, colour, English


Three acts about love without devotion and about women's liberation being dead while Prince Charming is alive and well. The tape is about women's inability to break from the false promise in romantic love despite influences of feminist thinking. It contains a satire, comment on the transformation of women's liberation and the social distortion of its goals and ideas. The three acts are separate scenarios reflecting three decades in one's life and in women's recent history.

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Critical Writing

Video In Drag: Trans-sexing the Feminine
by Dot Tuer. Parallelogramme, Feb. 1987, v. 12, no. 3.