A little boy swings, breaks sticks, looks up into the sky, himself a cherub, while on the soundtrack Chad and Jeremy sing, "...and if a hundred boys should die, we can send a hundred more." An anti-war film made in the Vietnam era. Apt then and apt always.
A meditative black-and-white short on the devastating effects of drug-use (in the personification of heroin). First screened in the Bay Area in a program of death-related films at the Oakland Museum of California.
KUZDOK [THE STRUGGLE] is the brief tale of a young artist shaping stone into a statue which begins to resist its creation, sculpting the sculptor in the process. KUZDOK was awarded the Palme d'Or for Short Film at the Cannes Film Festival in 1977.