Using a found object as a catalyst Reddish Brown and Blueish Green explores a family’s destructive journey through childhood. Much of the imagery in the film comes from a baby book found on a curb in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Inside the mother chronicles her son’s life, as well as her own struggle with addiction, ending abruptly around the child’s 4th birthday.
Reddish Brown and Blueish Green
Director(s): Samantha Gurry
Producer(s): Samantha Gurry
Editor(s): Samantha Gurry
Sound Designer: Samantha Gurry
Music: Samantha Gurry
Sam Gurry is a recent BFA graduate. She lives in Jersey City, NJ where she continues to explore collage in all aspects of her work including music, painting, and video. Also she had a goldfish once.
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