"If you look at graphic novels, images are graphically presented in colors and composition but also through collages on each page where you might go from an extreme close-up of a face to a wide landscape."
Director Bing Liu "wanted to explore the connected themes of skateboarding and violence in the home through a character-driven approach."
"At the end of the day, these were just young, passionate kids who had a lot of energy and some really big ideas, but played around with some dangerous stuff in the quest for fame, or infamy or whatever you want to call it. And ultimately, it got out of their control."
"[There is] this brightness in the sky you cannot avoid, and that felt very metaphorical to my main character's crisis."
"Filming is a sort of postproduction," director Jean-Luc Godard says.
"This is a film that explores the distance between the victim and her voice, the fragility of human emotions that both provoke and hinder positive change, and the unbelievable resilience of a woman willing to sacrifice herself to play the media game that is modern advocacy."
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