(United States; 82 min.) The lives of 10 fictional women are chronicled in realistic monotony through a series of mostly visual monologues from writer-director Malik Isasis. Some monologues contain narration, but most are purely pieced-together images of a few hours or moments of these ordinary people’s lives. Each monologue stands independent, connected only by the static of our human nature until the denouement of the film, where each of the characters finds herself in the same place under the same terrifying circumstances. (CT)

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