|Directed by Kay Armatage|
|Canada, 1978 (avant-garde / fiction, 8 minutes, colour)|
|Also known as "Gertrude and Alice in Passing"|
|Photo © Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre|
"This experiment in point of view, narrative structure, and time attempts to reproduce cinematically Gertude Stein's notion of a 'continuous present.' In four rhyming shots/scenes, it suggests the development of a relationship over many years. Based on biographical details from the lives of Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas, with improvised performances by Jackie Burroughs and Anne Anglin."
-- Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre (source)