Why Should I Live? | Chicago Reader

Why Should I Live?

A depressed artist and a couple of friends roam around Golden Gate Park and Haight Street asking people to explain the purpose of life in this DV documentary by San Francisco video maker Melinda Adams. Most of those interviewed are young, unfocused, and tediously self-absorbed (one drones on about why she likes to travel; another wants to get into real estate so he can make a quick $10 million). The video wallows in underground sensibility, with its gloomy pretext, guerrilla style, and tawdry ballads, and gets tiresome quickly. 71 min.

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