A humorous animation of the domestic sphere of laundry seen though an obsolescent wringer washing machine. A woman and her children are obsessed with making things work. Laundry is now another factor of social alienation. The backdrop of Niagara Falls, the family's beloved place to watch water fall, adds fear and humor to processing the meaning of water and power. The embedded images are created with a primitive drawing style adding a feature of quality of life lived in the 1950's.
Directed and Animated by Maureen Selwood
Edited by Manuel Barenboim
Composition and Sound Performance by Archie Carey and Odeya Nini
Sound Mix by Nathan Ruyle
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