The film combines two poems each written separately at different times by the filmmakers with haunting imagery and distorted didgeridoo soundtrack. The two voices are so paired that although individually both poems may speak of loneliness, once combined with the imagery and sound, they become more than their sum and in fact are transformed by their interaction into a complete story of love, loss and the remains.
Adrian Frost was born in St. Ives, Cornwall in the British Isles, traveled the US, landed in New York and Arkansas. He is a filmmaker, sculptor, painter, and poet/performance artist with an extensive history in each genre. His current work includes the epic poem/film “Furies”. One act of this film, “Lysistrata”, recently featured at the 2018 International Video Poetry Festival in Athens, Greece. Frost’s film, “The Return” premiered at the 2014 Eureka Springs Independent Film Festival, then took Best Experimental Film award at 2014 Pollygrind Underground Film Festival in Las Vegas and was selected for the 2015 International Video Poetry Festival in Greece. He has taught art and published as an art critic.
Mythology, the search for reality in the human spirit and its place within the cosmos are central themes in Frost’s work, where larger political questions become distilled in raw human experience, often referencing specific events in the artist’s life.
For Frost, there is no line between the mundane and the divine.