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Two Forms

 

 

Two Forms is a sensual and meditative study of two interlocking hands, ambiguous in gender. Black and white extreme close-ups suggests other corporal forms and textures. Reminiscent of the photography of Weston, this film explores communion as the site where the ambiguity of gender roles and identity can be embraced.

 

Directed and edited by Shanti Thakur
©1998, experimental
4 minutes, 16mm film, USA

 

AWARDS AND SCREENINGS

 

"It's as evocative as they come".

— Philadelphia Festival of World Cinema

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