I Lost You by Guinevere Glasfurd-Brown

Alastair Cook says about his 21st filmpoem:

Guinevere Glasfurd-Brown’s I Lost You is a letter to her father, who was killed when he was 29. This film is for our fathers, and yours.

Cook continues to surprise, eschewing his usual abstraction for an extreme simplicity, which, for me, enhances the emotional appeal of the text.

One Comment

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    john 16 June, 2013

    to see your father and your twin is overwhelming.i could not handle images of my dad.you are so brave

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