Love Me

Tijuana Layne

2005, 26:00 minutes, colour, English


Love Me is the story of three women who struggle with sexual and moral integrity and society's image of women of colour.

The theme behind this film is defined in the opening with the simple words "without love I'm a caged bird, with clipped wings." These words symbolize the basic human need and desire for love and until one receives that they are destined to destruction, whether through ones self or others. "Love me” is a film told through imagery, sound and music. It is provocative, raw and real. The story is told through the lives of three women of colour, whom are all repressed in one way or another by society’s ideals and forced conformity.

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