Sarah Vermette

2011, 03:06 minutes, colour, English

TAPECODE 1015.01

Narrated from a poem by the filmmaker, this film addresses the concept of mirroring in love relationships and the idea that our perceptions of others are shaped by our individual needs.

Our heroine experiences a break from time and space continuum as she explores her desires and discovers true love in a mesh of reality and dreams.

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Critical Writing

The Glaring Light: TV Coverage of Civil Rights in the Peabody...
by Barry L. Sherman and Patricia J. Priest. 1988 American Film Institute Video Festival, Oct. 27, 1988.