In 1966, a sniper opened fire from atop a tower at the University of Texas. This is the story of America's first mass school shooting.
A young Marine is found wandering the Mojave Desert, a woman's body in the trunk of his car; an outsider probes the inexplicable death.
Nina Menkes describes her work as "extreme cinema" because "my films are at the edge on multiple levels ... emotionally, structurally, psychically, and politically." Nina Menkes has been awarded fellowships from the Guggenheim and the National Endowment for the Arts, and her films have been featured at the Whitney Museum of American Art's Biennial, the… Show more Cinematheque Francaise, and numerous festivals. Show less
Robert Mueller, a young Marine, is found wandering the Mojave Desert, a woman's body in the trunk of his car. The lead investigating officer, a woman in "this man's Army," must piece together the foggy circumstances. What led an honored Gulf War veteran to murder his wife? Disembodied voices, contradictory theories, and murky hallucinations gradually gain momentum as one outsider probes the motives of another in the inexplicable death of a third.