A blending of documentary and experimental narrative strategies, combining stunning 16mm landscape cinematography with a bold, lyrical voice-over to share two San Francisco stories: the history of the Golden Gate Bridge as "suicide landmark," and the story of a butch dyke in San Francisco searching for love and self-discovery. The Joy of Life is a film about landscapes, both physical and emotional. Written by
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My therapist is getting on my nerves. She's always saying, "That must have been really hard for you."
Referenced in The Royal Road
The Coastline Rag
Composed by Weldon Kees See more