TODAY IS SUNDAY
CANYON CINEMA • 17m
TODAY IS SUNDAY is both a still life and a landscape film in which the characters are described by nature. The relationship of the man and woman is articulated in dialogue with the external environment of clouds, wind and waves.
"TODAY IS SUNDAY, a lovely black-and-white, elliptical semi-narrative by Chicago performance artist Jean Sousa, gravitates around a beachside location and is punctuated by suggestive, free-floating intertitles and isolated bursts of music." - Jonathan Rosenbaum, Chicago Reader
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