I can’t cry out much louder than this
Original titleI can’t cry out much louder than this
The title is programmatic – as a red herring. This is not a "film like an outcry", but a texture of motifs not heard, subjectivity expressed in a witty language-game. It deals with/ consists of "raw" BBC news images of recent uprisings and disasters, with a commentary in subtitle-like inserts. This ego, this auctorial I, is to be read, not heard, as it reasons and resonates.