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Torrey Pines Is a Handmade Film (With a Live Score) That Will Make You Feel Wholeheartedly Awesome

by Jen Graves A still from Clyde Petersen's debut feature film, Torrey Pines, kicking off TWIST film festival Friday night with a live score. All images courtesy of the artist When I watched Torrey Pines for the first time all by myself on a private Vimeo link, I actually felt loved. Clyde Petersen's debut feature film, clocking in at a rich hour, is about being a trans kid with a schizophrenic mom, but it's also about being able to survive by making connections.
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