From a short film directed by Leroy Kangalee, photographed by Eric Swain, designed by Nina Fleck, and starring Numa Perrier, this production still captures the soul of Kangalee’s creation—the defiant face of a spirit heavy, internally disfigured by genetic scarification, torments inherited, and an agony irreversible. And there is a light of beautiful resistance that burns brightly from the center, promising a push toward redemption and liberation of that most vital thing -- the mind. - Brian Alessandro, Editor-in-Chief
Still from the film Endless Shards of Jazz For a Brutal World.
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