First Person Plural (Electronic Diary)

Lynn Hershman

1988, 28:00 minutes, colour, English


In Part Three of The Electronic Diary, the central character talks about everything she was told never to say and reveals demons that, once reflected, are transcended. This work is about the relationship of individuals to their family and history and how that dynamic is culturally related to war.

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