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Original was uploaded on 2019-07-10


While dealing with sexism and mistreatment at work, Lee finds solace in her relationship with her best friend, Evelyn.
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📀 One of the more off-the-wall selections we’ve featured of late, this short feature (42 minutes) by Mitch F. Anderson is notable primarily for its absence of sound — an on-screen note informs before the film begins: all recorded dialogue was lost after shooting. The long stretches of silence (there are captions), as it turns out, create an intriguing, haunting even, effect. Lee works at a bowling alley diner, where she’s patronized by her boss and forced to tell with cruel customers…

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