In 'Catching Sight of Thelma and Louise,' filmgoers are taken on a wild ride with Thelma and Louise, beginning when they leave for a weekend getaway and ending when they sail off the ...
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A poet and writer gets fired from his job at a local newspaper after writing a review of his own work. To make ends meet he gets a job at the shipyard, a world completely different from the one he is used to.
In 'Catching Sight of Thelma and Louise,' filmgoers are taken on a wild ride with Thelma and Louise, beginning when they leave for a weekend getaway and ending when they sail off the canyon's edge at the end. We revisit their extraordinary journey through the lens of viewers who saw the namesake film in 1991 and wrote about the feelings it engendered at that time. Twenty-five years later the same viewers share their present-day perceptions, comparing them with their original reactions. Clips from the original film serve as a catalyst for intimate, personal stories of women's experience in the real world.Written by
I was incredibly inspired by this filmmaker. I can't believe this is her first film. Bravo! Thought provoking and emotionally charged as various women revisit the young women they once were and the feelings they experienced 25 years ago. I left revisiting myself of 25 years ago as who I am now and what can I do. The filmmaker is an inspiration in honesty as well as pursuit of passion.
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