“As women, I feel we’ve been led to believe that many of our experiences are indescribable, incommunicable; that even when we can figure out how to talk about what happens inside our bodies and our minds, that we’d better not — that others don’t want to hear it because it’s too gross, too sad, too strange.”
Sindha Agha directed BBC Three’s four-part series “Body Language” to create an external language for women’s innermost experiences.
The films use stop motion, collage and conceptual imagery to allow the serious, intimate first-person monologues the space to be told in a bright, appealing way with moments of unexpected humor.
“Body Language” is currently running on BBC Three’s YouTube and Facebook channels.
Check out the full feature on The Stable here.