Sometimes a short film comes along that gives a unique twist to a common concept or activity. The Catch is exactly that, with its own take on what fishing truly means. And you maybe surprised at its own interpretation as well as its intended moral lesson.
Category: Short Film Review
Can love blossoms between an Android and her technician? And how would it turn out when the technician’s father himself is in an anti-android faction? The Masseuse uses these conflicts as the base of its narrative that aims to entertain, but also subtly teaches us about some real world stuff.
Sometimes a short film comes along that explains nothing and shows unexpected things that you may never understand till the end. Sacrum is one of these offerings that seems to aim to be indescribable and yet is a visual delight itself.
Being alone is the scariest thing ever, especially when you are not really the only being there. WHO? has chosen that same primal fear and wants to give us something its own take on it.
Being maids and servants in a rich household has always been about irony and contrast. They are the one that stands nearest to the lavish lifestyle that most wish for. And The Maid aims to explore that in their own style of storytelling.
Mystery, suspense and murder look-alike scenes are commonly used scenes in films. But what if you can make use of it to surprise the viewers? Well, Nine Iron is here to give it a go.
Funeral has always been a place that induces emotions among people. The same goes for miles away with its story revolving around the funeral, yet also indirectly outside of it.
We all have passions and dreams that we pursue since we were young. But what happens when reality hits in the adulthood? Well, Routine is using it as a theme and tries to show it through the lens of the pursuers of dreams.