By Donna Rutherford

KIN explores the fear, sorrow, anger, guilt and frustration but also the love, trust and laughter to be found as middle-aged children negotiate the changes in their relationships with their parents. In moving close-ups, performers reveal to camera concerns of their own ageing while dealing with their parents' increasingly glacial pace of life. Screen close-ups from members of Forced Entertainment, Quarantine, Reckless Sleepers and Alison Peebles are linked by Rutherford's live performance.


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