Deep Inside Clint Star88 mins Canada
A first-person video essay, the film features Alberta, in the persona of a character named Clint Star, interviewing his own group of friends about their personal conceptions of racial and sexual identity.
Deep Inside Clint Star is a hilarious and bittersweet journey into the hearts and minds of some very ordinary, extraordinary young Canadians with this feature-length documentary. The filmmaker, assuming the role of Clint Star, seeks out his far-flung buddies, young Natives like himself. They talk about sex and life, love and abuse, and 500 years of oppression—all with humour, grace and courage.
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