My Private Life II

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Daniels, J. 2015. My Private Life II. The University of East London. doi:10.15123/DATA.146
AuthorsDaniels, J.
Abstract

In the reworking of her autobiographical feature documentary My Private Life about her elderly Jewish parents Daniels creates in My Private Life II, a split screen view of the turbulent marriage, divorce, and old age, of her parents. The characters, including herself, appear in three separate screens and the resulting patterns and rhythms - accentuated by intermittent black frames act as a metaphor of the the complex familial relationships of parents and daughter. Fictionalised enactments, voices placed over shots of houses, stills, home movies and a woman’s hands building a model house, give glimpses of a complicated and turbulent family history affected by her father's unacknowledged sexuality. Duration: 00:25:24

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OutputMy Private Life II
Year2015
PublisherThe University of East London
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.15123/DATA.146
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OnlineSep 2015
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