Turning Point, The

Director: Grace Weir

‘The Turning Point’ is a short film filmed on Howth Road in north Dublin. It opens with a shot of a suburban early modernist type house and cuts to various shots of the surroundings; the street, trees, cars, leaves on the ground. It then cuts to a dark interior shot of the house where a man is lying on the bed watching the patterns of light on the ceiling caused by the cars passing outside…
‘Momentarily, one experiences a spatial and temporal rapport but one that is ungrounded. An aberrant moment of stimulation and response. The act of recognition, Deleuze writes, is the moment around which everything turns and passes itself.’ – Grace Weir.
(2002, 3mins)

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