After winning Tribeca's Best Documentary Feature Award in 2011 for her remarkable debut, Bombay Beach, and screening work-in-progress selections from LoveTrue at TFF 2015, director and ... See full summary »
Choirs, classical musicians, dancers and aerialists perform live on a stage while Rob Cantor narrates a brutal scene about you, the viewer, being stalked through the woods by a blood-soaked Shia LaBeouf - who is also a cannibal.
I like this movie because it's meaningful and to the point. Although there are no words, you can see where Lorenzo and Shia were getting at. It's also sort of humorous. So overall it's great.. and would also make an awesome movie if it were longer. Setting the movie.. or at least most of it in black and white was, I thought, a brilliant idea because it really reflects the actual content of the movie itself. While watching the movie, bear in mind that it was actually made in a really short space of time but you'd never know it unless you were told. The background music is awesome and the ending makes you think. Well at least, it made me think. Overall- awesome film.
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