Long Ride Home

Philip Jonlin Lee

2004, 09:02 minutes, Colour, English


An exploration of trauma and transference through a cliched scenario. This 'portrait' is an attempt to portray an unresolvable relationship. The interruptions serve to prevent an emotive attachment to the protagonists as they work through the mechanisms of the vehicle (as the setting) and the camera.

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Critical Writing

Hop and Crawl At A Glance
by Unknown. The Globe and Mail, Sept. 16, 2005.
Philip Jonlin Lee
by Betty Ann Jordan. Toronto Life, Oct. 2005, v. 39, no. 10.