Mirrored Reason


A self-focused woman loses herself in the mysteries of herself. Is it a study of distorted reason, paranoia, or is she really insane? A film work derived from a Kafka short story, the actress Deniese Koch gives a stunning performance of a woman lost in the resemblance of herself; as a parable about life's dangers, it points to the risk of society taking away the body and spirit of our individuality.

Award: Baltimore Int'l Film Festival, 1981

Exhibition: NY Film Festival, 1981