Laurie Anderson interweaves childhood memories, video diaries, philosophical thoughts on data gathering, surveillance culture, and afterlife. A tribute to the artists, writers, musicians, and thinkers who inspire her, in tribute to her beloved terrier Lolabelle. Her dog died in 2011 in a period in which, among others, Laurie Anderson's mother and her husband Lou Reed died.
Mixing her own witty storytelling with her music, hand-drawn animations, 8mm home movies, and art, the film flows through subjects as diverse as family memories, surveillance, and Buddhist techniques...
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