The Woman Who Went Too Far
1984, 10:00 minutes, colour, English
This tape follows the final few months of a woman's life before she is murdered. A female television gossip columnist who chronicals the murdered woman's last months and becomes increasingly obsessive as she abandons journalistic ethics in the pursuit of the story. The final scene, a car accident, serves as a metaphoric scenario for the gossip columnist's moral disintegration.
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