It is directed by William Leonardi-Bee and features Max Easton and Matt Blakey as the casts. And it’s all shot within one day too, so let’s take a look at how it fares in the Sacrifice short film review below!
Death comes to all living beings, and is also the only two things that are shared equally, the other being birth. And with death often comes regrets, which then becomes the theme of The Selfish Ones as it explores it in a more intimate manner.
Lying is one of the things humans do, but what happens if you take it too far? Well, Max is the film exactly about that scenario, and also explores how it might just bite you back in the least expected way.
Have you ever experienced missing your wallet in the train before? I’m sure such occurrences are pretty common among your family, friends or even yourself. Trains use that as the base of its story, and then goes in a way of Tarantino style.
The second biweekly curated short film list is here finally! And this time the themes are more varied with different video mediums, as well as premise. Some is a story of love, while others tell of that of human nature as well as a simple animation of a dog.
Sometimes the mind plays tricks on yourself in order for you to survive the situation. And sometimes it also presents the reality as another illusion that you denied. Hope is a film that combines both of these aspects into its storytelling.
Sometimes, the little randomness in life will have big impact in the near future, even though they should not be technically. Causation takes this concept and turns it into a short film that tries to portray such event in its own way.
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.
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