In Her Solitude is a short film from D. Ebanks about how someone deals with the trails and tribulations of solitude.

The film stars singer and artist Lea Anderson who wakes up to potentially heart breaking news, and deals with the effects after.

The film generally asks, what do you deal with it? What do you do next? We’ve all been in solitude before, even around crowds of people in this crowded city (New York City). We find out what the young lady goes through, in third person.

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  1. Gamze says:

    Ulysses was written, like T.S. Eliot’s “The Waste Land,” to speak to a geoeartinn who were taught the English canon in schools. All the bizarre references and pastiches refer to Samuel Pepys and other authors we are rarely taught today (except for the obvious allegory to the story of Ulysses). It’s a tough read, but the underlying story is still interesting and enjoyable. However, I’d say Dubliners was his best work.I tried reading Infinite Jest and found it needlessly obscure, but at times very funny and entertaining. The book is intentionally difficult- levels of footnotes that make you bookmark with six fingers, tissue paper thin pages, minuscule text- and I rebelled against it. I’m told the footnoting mimics hypertext and how with web pages, we follow one story or page and wind up twenty websites away before remembering the original article we were reading, so perhaps IJ would work better as *gasp* an e-book.

  2. A pleasingly rational answer. Good to hear from you.