Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
This montage-like, symbolic film deals with society's oppression of the individual. Combinations of black-and-white and color photography are used to take satirical swipes at advertising, nuclear war, and abortion, and to illustrate the fact that humankind has a choice and the heart can never be captured. The abstract and at times incomprehensible format and plodding pace of this film will not appeal to most tastes.
against-all-odds, authority, oppression