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February 07, Film Movie Review. Sign up for our newsletters Subscribe. Su Friedrich's new film, Sink or Swim, takes its title from an incident in her childhood: when Friedrich asked her father to teach her to swim, he took her to a pool, explained the theory and mechanics of swimming, and then threw her into deep water. It is to the film's immense credit that this tale, told on the sound track by the film's narrator, isn't presented as the horror story it might have been in the hands of a more simpleminded filmmaker. The child narrator proceeds to describe how, after some flailing, Friedrich learned to keep her head above water, and has been a swimmer ever since. In this story, as in the rest of the film, Friedrich's divided attitude toward her father--as someone who loved her and who introduced her to the world, and as someone who often acted inappropriately, disruptively, even abusively--is clear. Indeed, much of the richness of this autobiographical film, whose honest engagement with essential human dilemmas proves immensely moving, stems from its refusal to make simple choices or settle into unambiguous positions. One of Friedrich's themes is the interpenetration of the past and the present; we discover that theme as her adult identity gradually emerges from a difficult childhood, but also in the way that the past keeps reasserting its influence, even in adulthood; this is one of many examples of the film's divided, multiple nature.
For an East Coaster, arriving in L. License to flop. In the introduction, written by Malerie, she describes her early days living in L. I liken my move to L. The Getty struck me as a sprawling psychological clinic, set amongst rolling hills locked in springtime. Alpha Romeo Spider? What a great detail, in life or in fiction! We sped off, sadly not in a Spider, avoiding clogged highways and jammed-up intersections with the skill of only the most experienced L. After only a few minutes in the car with Marder, I was taken over by her booming personality, her talky way of talking, her intensity. She was so ready!