Lucky Strike shares its runtime between an epistolary-like account of a former relationship, told through the various locations in which it took place in New York City, and tangent meditations on love, loneliness, memory and film. Meticulous in every aspect of its conception and strict visual language, it is a stream of consciousness, slow and meditative essayistic film.
Filmmaker and photographer majoring in Art, Film, and Visual Studies at Harvard University.
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