Young Leo Lauzon is torn between two worlds - the squalid Montreal tenement that he inhabits with his severely dysfunctional (and largely insane) family, and the imaginative world that he ... See full summary »
A man comes into a bar in which there's only one other customer and asks the bartender to serve him a Mirinda (a Spanish orange drink). But then he refuses to pay for it, saying that the ... See full summary »
Álex de la Iglesia
José Antonio Álvarez
This is a masterpiece. One of the best, most moving things I've seen to date. So much for think-fullness. So much for another perspective on life, or death, or live after death. No dialogs. So what? I guess I didn't need the dialogs, just the voice of Divad in off narrating what was going on....that's it, that's all I needed.
Funny yet sad. Full yet empty. Most wonderful 11 minutes in a movie theater. See this short, and I bet you will change your perspective about almost everything that surrounds you. I bet you will want to see it over and over again.
A simple short, no effects, no chitty chat, just the story, as it is. It remembered me a lot of Memento. A very simple movie, very twisted in the edition process, and that twisting is what makes it more interesting.
Two thumbs up all the way for this short.
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