See this film: The Wolf Knife [with Laurel Nakadate in person] @ the HFA

Laurel Nakadate knows how to get a rise out of people. Her work explores the tyranny of the male gaze, but who exactly the victims are in her videos, photographs, installations, and films is debatable. In her second feature, The Wolf Knife (2010), a pair of teenaged girls go on a road trip from Florida to Tennessee in search of one's father. They encounter the usual creepy men, and maybe something creepy inside themselves as well. Nakadate will be on hand to discuss the film, and that will probably be pretty provocative, too. It's at the Harvard Film Archive in the Carpenter Center, 24 Quincy St, Cambridge | Friday, November 18 @ 7 pm | $12 | 617.495.4700 or


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