(Isiah Medina, Canada, 2015, 65min)
Referencing the digital display of electric appliances after the power’s been repeatedly cut off, Isiah Medina’s audacious experimental work – one of the most acclaimed in recent years – is a personal meditation on family, friendship and the experience of living in poverty.
"A bold debut feature that audaciously rethinks the possibilities and language of cinematic form. A powerful and original new voice has been discovered." - Sight & Sound
"A stunningly photographed, radically edited work that merits comparison to late Godard… that is, if Godard was raised on hip-hop and without money." - Mark Peranson, Pardo Live (Locarno Film Festival)