Judith Williamson Consumes Passionately in Southern California

1987 | 00:21:28 | United States | English | Color

Collection: Single Titles

Tags: Consumer culture, Media Analysis

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"Noted critic Judith Williamson ventures from her English home to a shopping mall in Southern California to proffer some opinions on the working of American culture under capitalism. Using the exponential increase in the numbers and styles of socks available in the marketplace as a wry point of departure, Williamson shops for socks and questions the dubious need for a specific style of sock for just about any endeavor one could name."

—1987 AFI Video Festival Catalogue