Black and White High School (2003)

Charles Chadwick explores the existential potentials of non-narrative cinema and experimental music. Despite its title, this short isn't about racism but is a loose footage exploration of sexuality and infantilization.

There are repetitive patterns and visual motifs (above all the recurrence of two colors: red and blue), which explore the relationship between teenagers and sex and drugs. These arguments are depicted in the clinical and biological sense.
There are seven intermittent animated sequences, dispersed throughout the film, which illustrate the human body.

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