Noah a short film that debuted at the Toronto International FIlm Festival illustrates the flitting attention span and lack of true connection in…
Just watched this short film and it’s very unnerving, both in the way it’s filmed along with all the idiosyncrasies of the main character’s web browsing that are all so familiar to us and the terrible but realistic situation he gets himself into.
You get the feeling that a large part, maybe too much of people’s lives is played out online, where normally accepted personal boundaries are blurred. It’s something that we’ve become accustomed to, but if you think about it, it’s weird.
Now I can’t stop thinking of seeing my computer screen from an outside perspective >.<
Saw Drive tonight and it was really enjoyable :) Apart from the violent scenes which made me cringe like crazy! The soundtrack fitted well with the moody, bittersweet feel.
This scene stuck in my mind though because of how random it was xD That kid is stoked to have a toothpick.
Very much looking forward to Only God Forgives, which going by the trailer looks brilliantly intriguing (and mental - yay for mental films), especially since now I think that I like Refn’s style from what I’ve seen tonight :)
I’ve watched this trailer at least 3 times a day since it came online, the trailer is magnificent and I can’t wait to see the film.
Seriously watch it. Full resolution and loud.
I watched Primer recently and although it was an intriguing watch, I can’t say I’d rate it as highly as many others do. This trailer however has got my attention. I like it when trailers don’t give too much away.