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NEW FILM: LET RIP: A PERSONAL HISTORY OF SEEING AND NOT SEEING by Lee Campbell

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'New film 'Let Rip: A Personal History of Seeing and Not Seeing' (Duration 5:35 minutes, 2019) by UK based artist, curator and writer Dr Lee Campbell is set within the context of gay male adolescent reaching sexual maturity in 1990s suburbia. Campbell's film is an honest and sincere account and reflection upon personal narratives, reconfigured and re-understood' Balaclava-Q, 2019.  LET RIP: A PERSONAL HISTORY OF SEEING AND NOT SEEING (2019) presents a personal history of seeing and not seeing to confront the politics of seeing and underline how validating seeing can be but also the difficulty of not being seen. Not overly confessional but relaying frank autobiographic details of my actual lived experience, it tells the story of me being a gay teenager growing up in 1990s suburban Britain and explores the ways that people have looked at me and how that affects me. As the film unravels, written placards juxtaposed against a moving backgr…

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