Left Lane is a documentary about one of "the ten most dangerous women in America" (according to Concerned Women for America), Alix Olson. Alix is a performance artist, slam poet, progressive queer activist, and "the patriarchy's worst nightmare — a loudmouthed spitfire with a wicked wit and an elegant way with zinging the powers that be."
I find the standard staccato breathless cadence of poetry performance rather grating, but in spite of that limitation, this is a wonderful film about a wonderful artist.
LEFT LANE, dir. Samantha Farinella, 2004 USA, 93 min. video.