In Melbourne, eight passengers are riding a street car - two women talking, a smoker with a cigarette at the ready, a father and daughter, a guy on a cell phone, a solitary woman, and a ...
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A timely piece that will be timely for a long time to come
I saw this at the Palm Springs 2006 International Festival of Short Films. This is only a five minute film so I can't comment too much on it without giving it all away but it was part of a screening package of nine shorts called After The World Changed. This and the other short films were observations told in fictional storyline of how our world is different because of the events of 9/11 and the war in Iraq. Last Stop is a clever little piece filled with mounting tension about something that may have been an everyday occurrence in the USA five years ago that wouldn't have drawn any suspicion and probably little attention but now it has dramatic overtones and possible consequences. Tatiana Doroshonko wrote the story along with the film's director Greg Williams. Excellent photography from Katie Millwright. Good use of sound and picture. I would give this an 8.5 out of 10.
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