Discussion Questions is a text based powerpoint presentation that becomes a cathartic dance party. Commissioned for the 2014 Whitney Biennial, this film will be viewed as part of a screening series with many other films. It purports to be a series of discussion questions for these films. However it slowly drifts off topic and morphs into its own film as the unreliable narrator works through his delusional romantic issues with a coworker at the university where he works.
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Have you watched Discussion Questions yet? What did you think about it?