A love story about two photographers, a black American woman and a Chinese-American man, specifically made for Bloomingdale’s department store; there isn’t a product to be seen, but the couple is strikingly well-dressed. The short film has Jenkins’ typical cinematographic signature: much feeling for intimacy, humanity and subtlety surrounding racial identity.

The other films shown within Let Love Rule

Filmmaker
Barry Jenkins
Country
USA
Year
2009
Medium
File
Length
7’
Language
English, Mandarin
Producer
Dan Berk, Chadd Harbold
Production Company
Young Indies Films, Last Pictures
Sales
Strike Anywhere
Writer
Barry Jenkins
Cinematography
Adam Newport-Berra
Editor
Bryan Gaynor
Production Design
Vivian Bond
Sound Design
Jeff Seelye
Cast
Crystal Cotton, Stephen Lin