Julian, a young heroin addict tattoos a ouija board on his back to communicate with a spirit he has known. He dies before he gets a chance to communicate with the spirit and his dead body with the ouija board is left to the devices to his strung out friends. Written by
Pearry Reginald Teo <email@example.com>
I watched Liberata Me finally! I was among the first to catch the first screening of the movie in New Orleans. After being raved so much by goths around the states, I figured even if it was a crappy film, I just had to be there to watch it anyway. What a surprise it turned out to be!
Liberata Me was perhaps the best and only short film that I have watched out of many that was worth watching. Unlike many wannabe 'goth' films, this one does not belong to a filmmaker who wants the world to understand his pain, but rather just to feel it for themselves. I will not reveal the last part to you as it is a surprise ending, but it was the ONLY movie that made me and my friends cringe at our seats.
Amazing cinematography, brilliant acting by the lead actor and of course the sheer atmosphere that cannot be replicated. Director Teo certainly carve not only a unique style but a new breed of fans! I'm behind ya!
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