Would you see “Life and Nothing More” as a coming of age film about family and its need for reconciliation?
I’m glad you see the film that way. This film started out as the story of a single mother who works in a Walmart. Along the way, it transformed. For me, when you stop filming, you stop looking. When you film, your gaze crystalizes, you hunt and capture, you aim to understand, to share, to aim to reveal truths and intimacies.
How did you come to make “Life and