"That's It, Forget It"

1985, 4:50 min, color, sound

"That's It, Forget It," Miller's first collaboration with young people, celebrates pop culture, fashion, and music video, L.A. style. Miller follows six West Hollywood teenage girls as they shop, dress up, dance, flirt and drive down Melrose Avenue — all to an audio track of disco music and scratch dialogue (with the title phrase forming a constant refrain). A brief excerpt from MTV self-consciously and ironically places the work in the music video realm, even as it acknowledges the influence that music video has had on contemporary teenage life(styles).

With: Leigh Burchman, Michelle Erick, Amy Lederman, Jaymie Long, Rhonda Rothstein, Debbie Sears. Director of Photography: Marshall Shain. Choreography: Kelly Lovelace. Soundtrack: Gleaming Spires. Producers: Branda Miller, Amy Lederman. Line Producer: Wenden K. Baldwin. Editors: Branda Miller, Jim Settlemoir.