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‘Oetry’

This short film celebrates the words and language of one Oprah Winfrey – with selected text from various shows across her TV career. However, it gives those words new context and meaning by seeing them performed by people who were affected or influenced by them. It gives her words a sense of poetry.


Written by Doogie Chapman
Directed by The Glue Society

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