Nocturnal Light

Michael Balser

1999, 13:00 minutes, colour, English


A man and a woman have locked themselves in makeshift office to write a script about millennial terror. They drink, sleep, argue and make up dialogue. It is not clear if the dialogue is their own conversation or the fiction that they are writing.

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Critical Writing

Sometimes Video Art Might Resemble Television
by Andrew James Paterson. Lola, Spring 2000, no. 6.