MAY 20 - JUNE 11
Knives In Hens
by David Harrower.
An uneducated young woman, trapped by marriage in a closed and superstitious community, develops an intense relationship with the village outcast. Sensuality and poetic language combine to make this a seductive tale of solitude, sexuality and intellectual awakening. Directed by Scott Barber.
|Startled in the night, Gilbert Horn (Aurelio Locsin) pleas to whomever awaits at his door. "...Ploughman, you there? I never touched her. Never would. Know she's yours."
||Portrait of the happy couple. Young Woman (Christine Tanabe) and Pony William (Vince Campbell).
||William (Vince Campbell) welcomes the Young Woman (Christine Tanabe) home after a full day of absence. "It's good to feel you, woman. Whole village I searched for you."
|From left to right, Gilbert Horn, the miller (Aurelio Locsin), the Young Woman, the field hand (Christine Tanabe), Pony William, the ploughman (Vince Campbell).
|Mischief lurks on a dark night. William (Vince Campbell) Young Woman (Christine Tanabe) and Gilbert Horn (Aurelio Locsin)|
|William (Vince Campbell), washing himself before going to the horses, reminisces of days gone by. "Could've lived in that field all my life if they let me."
|William (Vince Campbell) entices Gilbert Horn (Aurelio Locsin) with the unconscious Young Woman (Christine Tanabe). "How long since you seen a woman here, miller? Lying on her back."