"anything unimportant" is a collection of five short documentaries, exploring problems, dilemmas, and philosophical inquiries of youth. Through personal interviews, five young men share alternative perspectives and life styles with a sense of humor. An evolution of formats and stylistic approaches highlights the filmmaker's own maturation process.
He describes a theory of love: that when people are made, they start out as one half of a whole. Upon separation, instigating the beginning of our individual existences, we go through life with the purpose of finding our soulmate, our other half, the whole of ourselves. “And so just how many halves are in a whole?” she asks. I wonder if you ask the same.
written by Christine Wang and Rebecca Rodriguez
narrated by Nadine Gloss, George Dyer, and Phil Greenspan
interviewed by Danai G.
a globalidiot video
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