- Carolee Schneemann |
- 1972 |
- 18 minutes |
- COLOR |
Rental Format(s): 16mm
Breaking down, splitting apart, burning up: a relationship and the film itself. Edited from scrap diary footage shot in 8mm, hand printed as 16mm. PLUMB LINE is a moving and powerful subjective chronicle of the breaking up of a love relationship. The film is a devastating exorcism, as the viewer sees and hears the film approximate the interior memory of the experience.
"PLUMB LINE was beautiful, laying everything open even more than FUSES - a very public private film - and as clear as crystal." - David Curtis
Exhibition: London Int'l Film Festival; Buffalo Women's Film Festival; Whitney Museum of American Art.