Jane Sherning Warren’s satirical portrait of the artist as a young woman was one of a series of short films exploring life on the colourful K Road strip. Jaded Arlette (Morgan Albrecht) endures a barrage of art-speak as her posse saunters from her Artspace exhibition opening to Verona Cafe. When the ridiculous art theory of her partner leaves truth far behind, she challenges his cred, and a chase ensues. A drag queen with a pool cue comes to her rescue, and she (and the audience) get an unexpected lesson in how people's identity is a performance.
It really is true that people in their early to mid-20s think they’re that important, and think they know that much. I really did get chased by a boyfriend and saved by a drag queen with a pool cue.– Writer/director Jane Sherning Warren
Closing track 'Brother Sun' featuring Kimbra (Aron Ottignon and Rodi Kirk Version), performed by Electric Wire Hustle and Kimbra