Innocents And Others
Meadow Mori and Carrie Wexler grew up together in Los Angeles, and both became filmmakers
And yet their loyalty trumps their different approaches to film and to life
Heart-breaking and insightful, Innocents and Others is an extraordinary novel about friendship, filmmaking, loneliness and art.
Meadow makes challenging documentaries; Carrie makes successful feature films with a feminist slant
The two friends have everything in common--except their views on sex, power, movie-making, and morality
Until, one day, a mysterious woman with a unique ability to enthral men over the phone becomes the subject of one of Meadow’s documentaries, and throws everything into jeopardy