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THE HILL

TFF 2005 Directed by Deborah Chow
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE THE HILL [TFF 2005]
A short, experimental musing on what really happened to Jack and Jill on the hill. Jill suspects that there may have been more to the fall than Jack claims and sets out to uncover the truth. The legendary fall is reconstructed, the past and present are intertwined and it turns out there are two truths: Jack’s and Jill’s. So the question remains, can the two nursery rhyme protagonists uncover the actual truth?
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A short, experimental musing on what really happened to Jack and Jill on the hill. Jill suspects that there may have been more to the fall than Jack claims and sets out to uncover the truth. The legendary fall is reconstructed, the past and present are intertwined and it turns out there are two truths: Jack’s and Jill’s. So the question remains, can the two nursery rhyme protagonists uncover the actual truth?
Film Information
Year: 2004
Length: 12 minutes
Language: English
Country: Canada
Premiere: International
Special Note

About the Director(s)
Deborah Chow was born in Toronto and recently completed her M.F.A in film at Columbia University. Her graduate thesis, Daypass, screened internationally at more than 30 festivals and was broadcast across Canada and the United States. She attended the 2005 Berlinale Talent Campus, and was recently awarded a Canada Council scriptwriting grant to develop her first feature.

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