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At Nightfall
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The Archive 652 / A 1343
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17'00''
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2005
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The video begins with the director being made up until the layer of make-up is altogether mask-like. She considers aloud women who are called sluts, a feminine word without masculine equivalent. We are then in a park at night, listening to women speaking about sexual harassment and situations they have felt sexually compromised in.
"At Nightfall" can also be found on the compilation "Why Don’t You Say It?" curated by Michal Heiman. The works in the compilation constitute an intricate exploration of notions such as silence and silencing, articulation, thinking, testimonies, diversion, false speech/dubbing, penetration, humiliation, substitution, humor, effacement, implantation, etc. Michal Heiman says, "The recurring attempts in all the films to enter what I would term "spaces without witnesses" seem to enable the introduction of voices and non-voices into the realms of film material
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 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

At Nightfall
The video begins with the director being made up until the layer of make-up is altogether mask-like. She considers aloud women who are called sluts, a feminine word without masculine equivalent. We are then in a park at night, listening to women speaking about sexual harassment and situations they have felt sexually compromised in.
"At Nightfall" can also be found on the compilation "Why Don’t You Say It?" curated by Michal Heiman. The works in the compilation constitute an intricate exploration of notions such as silence and silencing, articulation, thinking, testimonies, diversion, false speech/dubbing, penetration, humiliation, substitution, humor, effacement, implantation, etc. Michal Heiman says, "The recurring attempts in all the films to enter what I would term "spaces without witnesses" seem to enable the introduction of voices and non-voices into the realms of film material

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis