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Three Poems

About this film

Poetry is usually experienced in solitude. It is an absorbing activity, welcoming to reflection and interpretation. Readers become immersed in worlds shaped by only a few, well-selected words. Film is less candid. A film is a hyperreal provocateur, instantaneously showcasing visual aesthetic, scenario and sound. These experiences are polarising - poetry is quiet and slow, film is loud and fast.

In 2012 he had filled a book with assorted writing. There were three skeletal ramblings in particular that he found himself returning to over and over again. He kept changing them, adapting them, altering single words at a time and tweaking the grammar here and there. He would pick at them regularly. What excited him most was the hope that these writings would one day unveil answers.

Jacob Harris