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10 Lives (2001)

Human communication is a thorny endeavor. No matter what our messages are, no matter how difficult it is to get them across, we all share one desire: to be understood. But what happens when we aren't understood?


"10 Lives" features four segments of directed improvisation that investigate a few of the ways people argue. In "Babble," a young literary couple masks true feelings with metaphor. "Abuse" features a young woman's descent into domestic violence. Familial love and support is put to the test in "Discourse". The film ends with "Silence"; an introspective tale that unfolds after words are no longer useful.


WARNING: Contains explicit language.

10 Lives (2001)

  • Duration: 29 minutes

    Directed by Michael Landers

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