*Online Premiere* Two “actors” give a Q&A; when does the performance begin, and does it ever end? With “Two or Three Women,” director Zoe Bullock deconstructs the press interview format with an inward-crumbling discussion raising a host of questions about the difficulty of language, and the skewed power dynamics embedded in our culture. Bullock stars alongside Katerina Tannenbaum as two artists attempting to answer questions from an offscreen voice about a recent theater project. We don’t get much info about the intended topic, but we quickly peel off in other directions, mostly hovering around a story about Shelley Duvall being interviewed for the 1977 film, “3 Women.” The pinballing interview achieves comedic effect with its perpetual looks of confusion about exactly who’s asking what and when, and the levity of its colorful pop exteriors (bright costuming and set design). But it’s also a deeply searching film about the boundary between performance and self, and our patriarchal institutions that have limited the power and opportunity for women to operate on equal footing. Just as the pair lock into an argument about how Duvall was constrained in her process, the male interviewer interrupts with a remark about their appearance (“can someone fix her hair?”). The conversation is both revealing and obscured, and the piece maintains its vivid complexities and circular nature throughout. [Watch on YouTube]. (7 minutes). Director, Cast, Editor: Zoe Bullock. Cast: Katerina Tannenbaum, Alex Lee. DP: Chloe Horseman (assisted by Evan Boutté). Sound: Ley Comas. Stylist: Ashley Joon.