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In the dada tradition: ball bearings, horses and angels dance with gears, wheels and hair brushes to a Beatles song. PINK SWINE is a sleeper in the repertoire of the many fantastic animated films of Lawrence Jordan.
Beat Era poets, Kirby Doyle and Sharon (DiDi) Morrill, in a kaleidoscopic phantasmagoria in the form of a jazz duet with motorcycle, trumpets and foliage.
The poet dreams the bubbles of a maiden through edifices of forest and eclectic contagion.
The mystery and beauty of a high desert colonial town in Mexico, its churches, its abandoned silver mine, its statues and colored streets. [Lines from Federico García Lorca.]