POSSIBLY IN MICHIGAN (1983)

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BY CECELIA CONDIT
A musical horror story about two young women who are stalked through a shopping mall by a the cannibal named Arthur. He breaks into the their house, and there the victims become the aggressors. It is a story of friendship, courage, frailty and fears that will not go away.

Here’s a link to a review of Possibly in Michigan in the NY Times!!!!!!

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More on https://www.ceceliacondit.com/Since 1981, Condit has created videos and heroines whose lives swing between beauty and the grotesque, innocence and cruelty, youth and fragility. Her work puts a subversive spin on the traditional mythology of women in film and the psychology of sexuality and violence. Exploring the dark side of female subjectivity, her “feminist fairy tales” focus on friendships, age, and most recently the natural world. She has shown internationally in festivals, museums and alternative spaces, and is represented in collections including the Museum of Modern Art in NYC and Centre Georges Pompidou Musee National d'Art Moderne, Paris, France. She has received numerous awards including grants from the Guggenheim Foundation, American Film Institute, National Endowment for the Arts, and the Mary L. Nohl Foundation. She is a professor emerita in the Department of Film, Video, Animation and New Genres at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA.