NOMADS at the 25 DOOR

Jeanne C. Finley

1991 | 00:43:00 | United States | English | Color | Mono | 4:3 | Video

Collection: Single Titles

Tags: Feminism, Memory, Post-colonialism

NOMADS at the 25 DOOR is presented in three chapters and based around a series of interviews between Finley and Mickey Yates, a 22-year-old woman serving a double life sentence in the Nevada Women’s Correctional Institution for the murder of her mother. Interweaving interview excerpts with footage of the upheaval in Eastern Europe, the tape explores the memory’s construction of an ephemeral homeland when a concrete one is lost, stolen or left behind. The evocative visual imagery of NOMADS creates an elusive document of the shifting balance of power between the individual and the family, the government and its people, and the documented and the betrayed.

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