Robert Smith's Wild Flowers is an ode to love, loss, and memory. While at the funeral for her daughter, a woman looks back and remembers the passionate affair she once had with another woman - yet also the pain and shame it brought upon her and her family. Smith's film is a reminder of how past experiences, love, and sufferings can define the people who we are today.
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