On a cold winter evening a young manager gets stuck in traffic on his way home from work. He takes his brand new mobile to call his wife, not knowing that by doing so he is about to cause irreparable damage.
Tom Van Dyck,
Ellen Van Cutsem,
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On a subway train, a man announces that he's looking for someone who might be interested in him; the usual dating methods have not worked, though there's nothing wrong with him. He explains that any interested woman can just get off at the next stop. One woman looks interested... Written by
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A lonely woman meets a man who is begging for not money but love on a subway. He announces that any woman who is interested in him can get off at the next stop.
Although this short film is only 4 minutes, it is worth watching. I was surprised at the unexpected last scene. Also the last scene was abrupt and it left a strong impression on me.
The woman says nothing, but her expression tells us the whole story. I think it shows a good point of films.
This is a good film because we are concerned about what happened to the character after that.
It is common that there are beggars on a subway in Paris and New York, but they don't exist in Japan, so I thought the setting of this film was strange. I could learn even culture of foreign countries through this film.
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