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A Juice Box Afternoon2014

  • 3.6
The story of Anne Morrow Lindbergh is told through her own writing as she comes of age, she meets Charles Lindbergh and experiences flight in more ways than one in A JUICE BOX AFTERNOON. It is a regular Sunday afternoon and Kate, the neighbor, decides to read a book on her New York City stoop. This regular day is different. Her imagination cracks the book open, and Kate falls into the story she's reading: It is a romantic and violent dreamscape with dance and pop song mash-ups that ignite Kate's mundane. This is the first in a new series conceived as "The Paperback Movie Project." Each short film is an interpretation of a novel and explores the fluid relationship between a reader and the characters she is reading.

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Abstractly lyrical while defying pretentiousness. Here's a short that's submerged in sepia and salmon. A literal dance of ideas that has its deck cut by deliberately fragmented thoughts. Lily Baldwin is in complete control.

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Abstractly lyrical while defying pretentiousness. Here's a short that's submerged in sepia and salmon. A literal dance of ideas that has its deck cut by deliberately fragmented thoughts. Lily Baldwin is in complete control.

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Made me dance - physically, mentally and spiritually!

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"There is a perfect demon hanging over me. I can't tell you the rest."

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love the dance

Together the text and dance are nearly mesmerizing.