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Scars

Rating:No Rating
Release Date:January 1, 1997
Running time:75 minutes
Cast:Alexander Rosetti, Carter Davis
Director:James Herbert

Description: University of Georgia art instructor James Herbert brought together aspects of his past work in painting, photography, experimental films, and music videos for his feature directorial debut, an experimental drama filmed in black-and-white. A young man (Carter Davis) reveals a large scar, as he explains the skateboarding situation that led to the wound. On a mountain road, he meets a nude young woman (Alexandra Rosetti). As the two examine their naked bodies in a variety of settings (a forest in Tuscany, a deserted house, a Greek temple, an empty train), they recall traumatic events from their pasts. Shown at 1997 film festivals (Toronto, Sundance).~ Bhob Stewart, All Movie Guide

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