Belgium, France, Spain | 2016 | Fabrizio Terranovo
Feminist thinker and science historian Donna Haraway breaks down the boundaries among humans, animals, and machines in her seminal works “A Cyborg Manifesto” and Primate Visions. This film captures Haraway in her hand-built California home, talking about her life, influences, and ideas, with topics ranging from capitalism, Catholicism, and colonialism to sex and marriage, sci-fi, and dogs. “An ode to this thinker’s expansive mind and life.” –Vice Magazine. DCP. 81 min.
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