“Director Wendell B. Harris has made a real work of art, short on budget but long on film savvy. And it evinces the rarest thing: a
personal sensibility almost completely unrelated to the popular
methods of commercial filmmaking–methods that typically seek to ingratiate a film’s characters and events into audiences goodwill. Instead, Wendell B. Harris has conceived an insolent psychodrama. It’s based on…”
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