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Agent Orange (2004)

A psychedelic love story of a man's frantic search to connect with his true soul mate.

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A hooded youth carrying a goldfish in a plastic bag walks aimlessly through an underground NYC subway stop that has the look of a Kar Wai Wong film. Through the crowd comes a young woman all in orange, from her hair, sunglasses, lipstick, jewelry, and clothes to her nail polish. She drops a plastic bag containing a goldfish. He picks it up, gives chase, and stares at her after the train door has closed before he can reach her. He takes her photograph. The next day, wearing the same jacket, he waits for her, but on the wrong platform - again he sees her, runs, and reaches the train to stare at her as it pulls away. He has a surprise for her. Will all this ever bear fruit? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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20 September 2004 (USA)  »

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Written by King Chronos
Performed by King Chronos
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Short silent love story between a girl who has lost her goldfish and a boy.

I thought that movie was a good attempt at directing and incorporating many of the products sold on Amazon.com. Unfortunately, it was just that. Throughout the movie, all of the shots were choppy and jumped around, a cool effect if used properly (which it wasn't here). This effect is great for occasional jumps and was good for when the train pulled out of the station and when the two made eye contact, but it felt out of place and annoying for the rest of the film. Also, there was no dialogue throughout the entire movie. Although this isn't necessarily a problem, the one time that there should have been dialogue it was replaced with corny cartoonish bubbles above the actor's heads. So unfortunately, I cannot say that I was overly pleased with this attempt at a short film. Oh well. I would however suggest amazon's first short film, the portrait, with Minnie Driver. It gets two big thumbs up from me.


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