Piece Comment

Review of The Rocks at Rock Bottom

This is such a gratifying portrait and it does what all effective portraits do: use one pixle of someone's being to create a larger, more textured picture. In understanding Jerry's compulsion to skip rocks we get a renewed understanding of psychology, a renwed appreciation for the good old human spirit and renewed faith in the mysterious ways in which this world works. The simplicity of the production is nice. This is elegantly edited: we are allowed to take in a lot of profundity without being told that it is profound. If you have the time broadcast this, it's timeless.