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Screening: LUX Scotland and Document Film Festival present Andrea Luka Zimmerman, ‘Erase and Forget’

18:00 on 21 October 2017
CCA

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Presented with Document Film Festival

Free for SUPERLUX Members

‘Bo’ Gritz is one of America’s highest decorated Vietnam veterans and the alleged real-life inspiration behind Rambo. A contentious public figure, he also killed 400 people, turned against Washington and moved to the Nevada desert where he now sleeps with many weapons. Filmed over ten years using impressive visual material, Andrea Luka Zimmerman’s portrait of Bo is an inquiry into the nature of human conscience and the limits of deniability, and embodies contemporary American society in all its dizzying complexity and contradictions.

Zimmerman’s portrait is an artist’s perspective of an individual and a country in crisis. She explores the implications on a personal and collective level of identities founded on a profound, even endemic violence. She examines the propagation of that violence through Hollywood and the mass media, the arms trade and ongoing governmental policy.

Artist Andrea Luka Zimmerman will be in conversation with Nicole Yip (Director, LUX Scotland) following this screening.

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