By Andrew Nunes
Prime anxieties of the female experience are succinctly summarized in the two minutes and 45 seconds of HUSH, a short film by artists Avery Wheless and Brandon Tyson. Focusing specifically on the contradictory expectations women are expected to uphold while simply existing in public, the video is powerful in its somewhat direct nature, weaving together common scenarios and phrases directed at women that become much more potent when all its parts come together.
HUSH consists of a single continuous shot of a domestic interior wherein two figures, a preteen girl …READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE & LEARN MORE HERE
Source:: The Creators Project