Multimedia Muse was kind enough to give my film Three Women a really nice review.
The dialogue is of the inner-thought, whisper-spoken kind, thin on familial deets yet saturated with self-loathing. "I am ugly," begins the second chapter—some seriously hostile terrain for a male writer. And yet the language is so precise, the images so soulful (authored by photo wunderkind Pamela Chen) that the project feels truer to fact than fiction. How often do you find a multimedia piece (a work of fiction, no less) that illustrates such an unpopular truth: that a person's faults are what make them interesting.
See Three Women here, at MediaStorm.