Bloody nose, empty pockets
Bill and Turner Ross — USA — 2020 — 98’
The film is a mosaic of disparate lives, teetering between dignity and debauchery, reckoning with the past as they face an uncertain future and singing as their ship goes down. An elegiac portrait of a tiny world fading away but still warm and beating with the comfort of community. The nonfiction storytelling makes for a foggy memory of experience lost in empty shot glasses and puffs of smoke.
|Directors||Bill and Turner Ross|
|Producers||Michael Gottwald, Chere Theriot|
|Director of photography||Bill Ross IV, Turner Ross|
|Editing||Bill Ross IV|