Zachary Heinzerling
Cutie and the Boxer

ZACHARY HEINZERLING received support for Cutie and the Boxer, a feature-length documentary meditation on companionship, sacrifice and the creative spirit. This love story explores the chaotic 40-year marriage of two New York-based Japanese artists, Ushio and Noriko Shinohara. Bound by years of quiet resentment, disappointments, and missed professional opportunities, they are locked in a hard, dependent love. Through candid scenes between the couple, the viewer comes to understand that the stark differences in the Shinoharas art and personalities are the basis for a deep and challenging symbiosis that has kept them together for 40 years. The film is a challenging and moving portrait of a couple wrestling with the eternal themes of sacrifice, unrealized ambitions, and aging, against the background of lives dedicated to art.

About this grant

Year
2012
Discipline
Film and Video
Grant Program
New York City Film and Video
Location
New York City

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