• Estelle Clarke

"110 m.p.h." film stills.

"110 m.p.h" is a performance of spoken word with cinematic film projection. It tells the true story of a mother holding on to life and love after being injured in a car crash. It is autobiographical.

The role of the film montage is to support and evoke the story without distracting from the words. To achieve this, the film combines motion pictures and stills punctuated by sound.

Colour represents love and hope. Black represents pain and depression. The film becomes increasingly infiltrated with colour as the story progresses.

The children are in colour.


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