I really resonated personally this lecture with the film covering the woman who was wrongfully imprisoned for supposed mental instability. The repeated prints and colors repeated over and over made for a very chilling and unnerving sensation. The voice-over and story itself felt very separate in tone from the visuals, but for some reason, it worked to the advantage of the overall feeling of the film. The sound design in this piece was especially good, and at one point there was nothing but the sounds of footsteps over a creaking wooden floor for ten to fifteen seconds and I actually felt like a panic attack was coming on. Although I didn’t like that feeling, it goes to show how successful that part of the film was. It gave me the overwhelming feeling of needing to leave immediately, which is what I imagine the woman in the film must’ve been going through all the time. In this nightmare version of reality.