• Director

    Billy Woodberry

  • With

    Nate Hardman, Kaycee Moore

  • USA 1984. 80min

  • Digital

Directed with impressive boldness and supported by a remarkable cast, this film probes the domestic conjugal relationship to the bone, employing a black and white aesthetic. Woodberry was a leading member of the LA Rebellion, an African-American film movement founded at UCLA in the late 1960s. It also included Charles Burnett (Killer of Sheep), who wrote and shot the film.

Film restoration by Ross Lipman with Billy Woodberry at UCLA Film & Television Archive.

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