The Skin I'm In
In 2005, filmmaker Broderick Fox was found on the Berlin subway tracks with his head split open and a lethal blood alcohol level of 0.47. Strangers pulled him to safety, giving him a second chance at life and propelling him on a global journey that explores the limits of body, mind, spirit and art.
Spanning Germany, Canada, Japan, Kenya, and the United States, Fox's journey includes collaborations with Canadian First-Nations artist Rande Cook and African-American artist Zulu, who help him memorialize his experiences in a full back tattoo. In our digital age where personal confession and self-exposure abound, Fox instead transforms his experiences into art, making a film that is both innovative and accessible.
After a festival run spanning 17 cities and 11 countries, this DVD release of The Skin I'm In comes to you in 5.1 surround sound with special scene extras.
After watching the film, log onto the associated Web Initiative (SkinImInMovie.com) to meet Fox's five personas, explore additional content, and share your own reactions and insights to the film and an array of associated cultural questions.
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