Directed by jill campbell
Art cradles a mother's soul, saving her life after her son's murder in in a terrorist attack.
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When Suse Lowenstein’s son was murdered by an act of terrorism, she leaned on her art, sculpting herself and 75 fellow mothers “stripped” and in the position they fell upon hearing the news. As the 73-year-old Suse grapples with her mortality, she must determine the fate of this controversial memorial to the victims of a brutal attack that altered American history. Seat 20D is a poetic exploration of how art cradled a mother's soul and touches all who view it. Every time someone is murdered in an act of terrorism, we all die a little.
- Running time
- 70 and 10 minutes
- jill campbell ... Director, Producer, Editor
- Prod. Co.
- Seagull Ink
- United States
- Years of Production
- Montauk, Syracuse, New Jersey
- Release year
- Hamptons Doc Festival
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