Solitary Acts (4, 5, 6) Trailer

Solitary Acts (4, 5, 6) Trailer (2016)

28 January 2016 25 mins

These three films follow a young girl through her teenage years while she explores her sexuality and discovers her perversions. Hand-processed and altered images (16mm film) form a labour-intensive, formal questioning of the medium. Female and male masturbation, flowers being taken apart and being put back together, extreme close-up shots of fabric and the practice-kissing of a mirror create a visceral, humorous and tumultuous experience of these personal memories.

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Netherlands 28 January 2016

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