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Nothing a Little Soap and Water Can't Fix
Nothing a Little Soap and Water Can't Fix

NOTHING A LITTLE SOAP AND WATER CAN'T FIX

Directed by Jennifer Proctor
United States, 2017
Short, Avant-Garde

Synopsis

In films as in life the bathtub is often considered a private space for women – a place not only to groom, but to relax, to think, to grieve, to be alone, to find sanctuary. For Hollywood, though, it’s also a place of naked vulnerability, where women narratively placed in harm’s way have no escape.

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Synopsis

In films as in life the bathtub is often considered a private space for women – a place not only to groom, but to relax, to think, to grieve, to be alone, to find sanctuary. For Hollywood, though, it’s also a place of naked vulnerability, where women narratively placed in harm’s way have no escape.