An atmospheric tale of a disconnected boy and his imagination, where the dark monotony of the everyday transforms into something far more surreal. Childhood is a time when our dreams take precedence over the walking world. When a young boy named Simon withdraws from the disconnected world around him, an imaginary friend prepares him for the moment of truth. Written by
A very nice film, with a bit of a classic touch. It's a little short, but the performances and style were very appropriate. I especially enjoyed the mother and father in the film, but the gentleman who played Nobody was the real surprise. I was like, is that the real Gandalf? He looked like Merlin or a wizard. Anyhow, the style of film is dark and exaggerated, but it felt good seeing it. I only saw it online at 01films, so I don't know what it looks like on tape or film. I bet it looks better than on the web.
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