Review: Laundry

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The establishing shot gives the viewer a great look into what the film is about. The actual laundry we see throughout the film comes across as a visual metaphor for all we try to get done as humans.

Our main character clearly has a lot going on in her life as she tries to manage it all. An act as simple as keeping up with laundry seems like a mountain to her. The camera work is well done, and the visuals help the story along. 

The brief relationship scene seems out of place for me as there is very little to it. All in all, I did get engrossed in this short offering from start to finish.

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Randy Kakegamic

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I am an Ojibway Cree born and raised in Ottawa Ontario. I am a father and grandfather. Both my parents are survivors of residential school here in Canada. My late father is from North Spirit Lake Ontario and my mom is from Waswanipi Quebec. I have been singing since I was 8 years of age and dancing the grass style for over 5 years now. I am the drum keeper of the SpiritWolf Singers. I have always been around the powwow arena since I was a child and was lucky to receive teachings.
I am a student and graduate at Algonquin College, graduate of Digital Music production, Music Industry Arts and Broadcasting Television Programs. Currently enrolled in Scriptwriting. I love my school and I am a student navigator there as well at the Mamimdosewin Center. I love sharing my story and really incorporate that into each and every performance I do. Meegwetch!