Two young women meet in an explosive and highly emotional love story where love, art and revolution ignite.
In this film 9 women record themselves being alone. At times they get together as an experimental arts collective hotly debating the value of their private work and whether to do public performances. Two of them fall in love. One becomes obsessed with the other and simultaneously imagines an idealized love while the other wants her to find the revolutionary part of herself. Revolution of Everyday Life is a document of actresses playing actresses who play characters that fall in love. It is at the same time a love story that happens in the realm of fiction and in the realm of recorded reality. The result is a documentary film within a fictional one. The film becomes a site not for representation but discovery. It is a structure for things to happen, it becomes the site for performing, not acting, not re-presenting desire, but to enact it - it is a longing for politic of desire and an expression of its urgency.
"The banker, the revolutionary, performance and reality, youth in search of a politic, all the contemporary conversations and confusions about love, money, friendship, it's all here, very smart..."
Todd Stevens, producer, Friends
“Raw, real and beautiful.”
T.G. Herrington, editor, The Mechanic
“...an amazing character study... while watching this film, one can not look away...the main character's face followed my thoughts for days after...”
Nestor Gonzales, film curator