This week on the show I speak with Sarah Lasley about her film Eve. The film follows four characters: a celebrity, her confused and obsessed fan, a lonely housewife desperately trying to connect with the world, and her wandering husband who is drawn away from his wife by the beauty of nature. The film contrasts quick cuts with moments of unsettling stillness and Sarah’s richly saturated sets reference her days as a figurative painter. Sarah’s other films include She She, which Sarah describes as “Thelma and Louise without stakes”, and Bitches, a take on the 1988 film Beaches.
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