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T’shuvah is an experimental film exploring the ways we repeatedly return to self through love and loss. In Jewish practice t’shuvah is a process of spiritual accountability, a time of realignment with personal and collective healing and transformation. The sonic landscape is composed of the amalgamation of six separate poems that lead into one cohesive piece, to which improvised movement is paired. T’shuvah documents the gesticulation of poetics. This is a dance between poetry and movement; traversing the nuance of beginnings and endings, tenderness and anger, pain and joy.

  • Runtime
    3 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United States
  • Director
    Roz Stranger