Blue Black Permanent

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Blue Black Permanent is a 2002 film directed by poet, photographer and filmmaker Margaret Tait, who was 74 years old when it was released. The film centers on three generations of a family and the complex interactions between women from three generations. The youngest, Barbara, searches for a stronger connection to her mother and grandmother. Within this framework, Blue Black Permanent explores the lives of Barbara's predecessors, including the events that precipitated the family's move from Edinburgh to the Orkney Islands.
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