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An Ordinary Life
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Dot Fisher-Smith is a mystical masterful artist, a war resister, an environmental activist, a community presence, a jailbird.

As a great-grandmother, she chained her neck to a log truck to protest salvage logging of old growth forest.

Is her life as ordinary as she claims it to be?

This moving documentary is an intimate portrait of life and death through the eyes of 82-year-old Dot as she asks, “What matters?”

"What a treat. Inspiring (and I kind of hate that word...it's so over-used, but this was the real thing), heartfelt, unique — just like Dot. I really loved it."

- Diane Bell, director of award-winning independent film "Obselidia"

Eugene International Film Festival Peace on Earth Film Festival
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Ashland Independent Film Festival

Slow Moving Pictures presents An Ordinary Life

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