Video Clips: Children of Invention
Despite winning multiple prizes, the film—produced by Mynette Louie ’97—has struggled to find an audience or turn a profit in an uncertain time for indie film.
View the trailer for the 2009 independent feature film Children of Invention, whose producer, Mynette Louie ’97, discusses independent cinema in the current issue of Harvard Magazine.
In the following clip, the young protagonists of the film, a brother and sister, discuss real-estate prices and the meaning of a million dollars.
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