A Movie Recommendation by Trajal Harrell:
The Invisible Life of Euridice Gusmao by Karim Ainouz

Trajal Harrell about the movie:

«I'm not very good at analyzing art that moves me. Karim Ainouz's The Invisible Life of Euridice Gusmão destroyed me. I could talk about its relevancies to themes and theories related to my own art and interests: ancient tragedy, the soundtrack as wonderment, and/or what writer Alice Walker refers to as ‹in search of our mother's gardens.› Those themes will require years and years for critics and scholars with space and eras longer than myself to fully explicate. For now, I am plainly left with this feeling of destruction. And I must rethink and rebuild my own humanity, step by step, memory and reason. The greatest and most exceptional of art like Mr. Ainouz's film puts our humanity precisely in question through nothing less than a benevolently violent aesthetic inquiry.»

You can watch The Invisible Life of Euridice Gusmão by Karim Aïnouz here. And while you are at it, why not also watch the director's other movies!