Like a Movie: Contemporary Relationships Without the Popcorn
Like a Movie uses films as a stepping stone, window and metaphor to explore fundamental interpersonal issues. And what better metaphor than images over 60 feet high, elevated to the status of pop icon, that mirror and beckon us from every nook and cranny of our image-loving, surface worshipping culture?
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Leaving Las Vegas
The Sociopath As Hero
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