I Did What I Knew | Chicago Reader

I Did What I Knew

An international program of short works, the best of which is Jacqueline Goss's wild, low-budget video essay The 100th Undone (2001): part text, part silent movie, it defies categorization as it ponders the issues raised by cloning and the Human Genome Project. Marina Gonzalez Palmier, director of the slick AFI-funded film White Like the Moon (2001), could use some of Goss's imagination; her story about a Mexican-American girl wrestling with issues of identity and autonomy in the 1950s uses every Hollywood convention in the book. Also on the program: works by Eva Gaspar, Mirha-Soleil Ross, Frances Nkara, and Pascale Simmons and Jenny Mijnhijmer. 97 min.

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