The Newborn Chainletter

When I was a little/good girl I’d sit in the backyard which wasn’t much of a backyard because we’re poor & we live in the city and I’d pretend to be Snow White with a sweet singing voice and fair skin and my eyes blazing blue i’d sit in buddha-calm and wait for the squirrels and dusty pigeons and alley-cats and skinny wandering dogs to gather and eat saltines from my outstretched palm…

This film examines the effects of Sharon Stone on a 12-year old girl who has dreams of becoming Miss Teen Ohio despite her high IQ.

Anxiety and disorientation increase as technology is used to fine-tune personality. The gulf widens between a mother and daughter struggling to understand female identity.

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