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Marie-Michele & 8h51 present :      


Desert Haiku is a short, metaphorical film-poem on finding water, inspired by the resonance of memory in the desert, exchanges with the spirit world, and a journey through the land of the scorching sun.



Keywords :     contemporary ancient, future primitive, somewhat post-apocalyptic, definitely poetic.



Featuring deep house dancers, Yaqui indian opera singers, a 10 year old Hopi/Navajo/biligana, geyser smoke, Japanese sea nettles and a beautiful, beautiful soundtrack by Kirilola, Cloud Face, and perhaps the one-and-only edIT.

From the rocks and bones of the land to the spirit world, this film offers a prayer to both what is and what has yet to be in the land of the scorching sun. 


                                                                                                                              Albuquerque, New Mexico


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