Elisabeth Subrin – Shulie (1997)

“A cinematic doppelganger without precedent, Elisabeth Subrin’s Shulie uncannily and systemically bends time and cinematic code alike, projecting the viewer 30 years into the past to rediscover a woman out of time and a time out of joint — and in Subrin’s words, “to investigate the mythos and residue of the late ’60s.” Staging an extended act of homage, as well as a playful, provocative confounding of filmic propriety, Subrin and her creative collaborator Kim Soss resurrect a little-known 1967 documentary portrait of a young Chicago art student, who a few years later would become a notable figure in Second Wave feminism, and author of the radical 1970 manifesto, The Dialectic of Sex: The Case for Feminist Revolution. Reflecting on her life and times, Shulie functions as a prism for refracting questions of gender, race and class that resonate in our era as in hers, while through painstaking mediation, Subrin makes manifest the eternal return of film.”

936MB | 36 min 56 s | 702×526 | mkv

https://nitroflare.com/view/8A39BB4AC9544D5/Elisabeth.Subrin.-.1997.-.Shulie.DVDRip.x264-Zog.mkv

Language(s):English
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