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An 8-time Staff Pick recipient, she is currently one of the very best at it after all, as demonstrated in emotionally loaded, but somewhat inscrutable videos like Autre Ne Veut – World War Pt.2, and perhaps her masterpiece to-date, Moses Sumney- Quarrel, which won Jury recognition at SXSW and landed on innumerable best of 2018 lists. The film is supported via her production company, the internationally renowned Partizan, and was self-consciously designed as a proof-of-concept for her upcoming feature debut, to explore Misha as well as the overall world and tone of the project.When a site’s purpose is to offer a secure platform for strangers in the same professional fields to network and find gains in the workplace, something is intrinsically lost when those implicit boundaries are crossed.A lack of distinction can make the platform look like “a neutral way to gauge someone’s interest,” says "Brea" (who asked that we not use her real name), 27.“Linked In has the lowest barrier to entry and is the least ‘risky’ social platform to connect with someone,” she says.“If you get rejected, you can always default to, ‘Well, I just wanted to connect for professional reasons.’ This is why I think people use Linked In to ‘test the waters’— they view it as less aggressive than a Facebook or Instagram request.”If it is a certifiable trend, it's both interesting and problematic.If someone reaches out to you on Linked In and you don’t have any certainty of their intentions, how do you know if it’s a date or a networking opportunity?
We’ll be tracking the film keenly, and until then Avital will be staying busy on a second feature script that she is co-writing, a pilot script, and of course music video and commercial work.But when we spoke to both male and female Linked In users who claimed they had been approached on the site, most of them also expressed that they no longer saw it as a safe space devoid of sexual tension.Which is fair: Once the line between what Linked In is designed for (professional networking) and what some people seem to be using it for (dating) becomes blurred, things can get pretty complicated.She took to Linked In to build her professional network, where she found Dave.
“He worked in music, beer/alcohol, and marketing—all of which were target industries,” she says, then admits, “But mainly, his profile picture was utterly captivating.”Eventually, she reached out.
In this passive character a host of thematic preoccupations are projected upon and subtly built out through his interactions with his wife and family: sexual desire, shame, anger, violence, patriarchal respect, emasculation, depression, family, aging, death. But despite this indeterminacy the film is worthy of contemplation due to Avital.