2006, 16mm, 6:10min
“This poignant and unassuming color film interprets the dreams and memories of an elderly woman as she looks back on her life. The film searches for a deeper image of death. A sense of loss weighs heavily in this work as what appears to be a home movie of a grandmother alone at the grave of her husband plays unaltered. Hope is symbolized in images of cherry trees in bloom and stained glass church windows, perhaps implying the promise of an afterlife.”
– Black Maria Film Festival catalogue
Appearing: Kathryn “Mimi” Warren at the grave of her husband, Fenton.