Portraying herself as a cartoon cardboard cutout that smiles or scowls, the filmmaker wryly questions why people die and what happens after we die. A genre-bending film that combines documentary footage with fantasy, this film won acclaim from critics across America.

“Oxenberg’s film exalts the immortal grandeur of every life and death—and the urgency of the power of art, and of artists, to recognize, record, and reveal it.”

—Richard Brody, The New Yorker