Indian Having Coffee With Kerouac, Ginsberg and Hemingway
Visual and performance artist James Luna takes these famous American writers and parallels their spiritual, political and emotional state to the American Indian community. The icons are played by Indian people who talk freely and interject scenes with readings from the writers' own words. The parody includes both fiction and non-fiction content, with a dividing line between the two that is hard to determine.
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