In every relationship, we make choices - sometimes right and sometimes wrong, but always with consequences. "Us" explores the nature of trust and intimacy and shows us how fragile these ...
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In every relationship, we make choices - sometimes right and sometimes wrong, but always with consequences. "Us" explores the nature of trust and intimacy and shows us how fragile these things are. How easily they can be broken. A woman and a man are in love. They trust each other. And everything else flows from that. But what happens if that trust is broken? What can a relationship survive? And when we are left alone, how do we live with our regrets? "Us" asks these questions by taking us into a woman's mind - where we learn, little by little, that what seemed so secure is not necessarily so, and in the middle of the night, when dreams and memory intermingle, nothing is as it appears. Written by
I was just in Spartan territory for the festival last week, and I was lucky to procure some of the last available tickets for "Four Eyed Monters." This short, "Us," played before it, and I have to say that this emotionally honest film really blew me away. I had never heard of the actors before because I guess they're both from New Zealand, but I thought they were both incredibly talented. The actress delivers an amazing range for such a short film, and the cinematography was beautifully done. It's a story that a lot of audience members will definitely be able to relate to. I hope we see more from this director. Does anyone know anything about him? What's he been up to since "Us" and what's he doing next? Peace.
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