Illuminations, Vol 1: Outside Looking In| 30mins
Director: Sara Brissenden-Smith | Producer: Sara Brissenden-Smith and Natalye Pearson
Focus Years: 2006 | Country: United States
A documentary about the lives of Black women from the U.S., Caribbean and South America, living in the San Francisco Bay Area. "Outside Looking In" explores the legacy of skin color, politics of hair and body image, and standards of beauty.
Illuminations, Vol 1: Outside Looking In | 30mins
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