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Wear and Tear is an autobiographical poem and an honest reflection on a very weird year. Filmed with a thrift store Super 8 camera mid-pandemic on a family vacation during a season of overwhelming uncertainty, the beach serves as a refuge and a temporary escape from reality. Journal entries, email fragments, voicemails and other digital ephemera are stitched together into a somnambulistic narrative about losing touch, self doubt, and the toll of prolonged stress on our brains and bodies.