|Genres||Animation Biography Documentary Short|
|Plot||The 'Chiros' video project is based on interviews with HIV+ women, speaking about how their perception of time and relationship to memory have changed since becoming positive. They describe an urgency related to chronological time, with occasional welcomed interruptions by 'Chiros' a perceived suspension of time during happy moments. Many of the women describe paying very little attention to time before being positive, but are now actively engaged with it, measuring time by the growth and accomplishments of their family and children. The style of the abstract 3D video rendering picks up on instances in the women's dialog (changing life around, life going on freeze frame; overcoming routine patterns), traveling inside the body to capture its strength for more metaphysical clues to survival.... search for Chiros on IMDb|
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