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So Much Depends

Ever since he read it in grade school, Jack has been thinking about William Carlos Williams untitled poem, "XXII," from "Spring and All" (1923). The poem consists of eight short lines, but what does it mean to readers? For Pam and Jack as filmmakers, the poem evokes structuralist images in a series of permutations, which they hope to integrate with interview footage of readers sharing their responses to the poem. 


Here is some early footage from our newest project, which is only in the very first stages of shooting.

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