All Films • 24-May-2021
Claywoman visits earth & thinks about not existing. Michael Cavadias writes and stars in “Clay,” a quiet existential portrait that’s softly funny and profound. Director Anthony Caronna keeps it simple in following the prehistoric Claywoman as she shuffles through her apartment aided by a cane ruminating on life and death. She asks the big questions - what came before space and time? - and reflects on missing old friends. An early folk song plays on the record player bringing a timeless poignancy to the Claywoman’s labored physical effort mirroring the slow march of time. -KA.
Director: Anthony Caronna. Michael Cavadias channels Claywoman. Written by: Michael Cavadias. Director of Photography: Mark Simakovsky. Producers: Meghan Doherty, Brian Blum, Make Up: Ruthie Weems, Prod Companies: No Weather, Portal.
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