A Girl and A Gun
“Uncomfortable yet exciting, safe yet daring, far removed yet scarily relevant; I can’t decide if Louise Orwin is a lunatic or a genius.” - West End Wilma ★★★★
Last year, Louise started noticing girls and guns everywhere. She obsessed over them in pop videos, felt a bit disgusted about them in video games, and tried not to see them in hardcore porn. And she wondered whether Godard was right. This multimedia performance takes a stark look at the relationship between girls and guns in film. It asks what it means to be a plot device, what it means to be a hero, and what it means to watch. Expect gun-twirling, line-dancing, and Nancy-Sinatra-singing.