Portrait of a Place: Dam

“I originally set out to make a film that combines the aesthetic beauty of a horse with the pounding viscerality of the races at White Turf,” says British photographer Samuel Bradley of his directorial debut. “I discovered a more arresting narrative in Julie and her relationship with horses. She tells us that it is not natural for a human to sit upon a horse, but we may do so if we behave as if we are horses and enter into their world.”

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