It hurts that the title of this film still sounds so accurate, that we're coming to the end of another summer of violence, chaos, destruction - hate.
Spending summer '17 in America has taken my understanding what and how that hate can exist in the world to a new level.
But it's also shown me that people, despite these circumstance are amazing - they come together through food, music, sex, dance to create temporary spaces of love and trust - thats what community is.
This is a film about a woman looking for that; looking for a sense of belonging, trust and stability that comes from people and the safe spaces we make together.
Who ever your community is - go be with them, be present with them, lift each other up and make each other joyful.
We're defiantly all fucked - so celebrating the time we have right now is the only thing worth doing.
Thank you to all the wonderful people who made this happen and shout out to my fam NY / London and worldwide 💓
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