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Sebastian, a loner artist, photographer and filmmaker spends his days in the seediness of life's elements. Taking pictures, photographing violent acts and spending a lot of time watching homemade films filled with jarring imagery, Sebastian also happens to be his building's landlord. He has also suffered an abused childhood, being subjected to sleep deprivation and constant home videos. Things begin to change for him when apartment tenant, Sarah Roeg, begins to take interest in his work and Sebastian himself. Written by
I must have been at the same screening as the previous reviewer. I am in no way affiliated with the film or A Night Of Horror film festival ... and certainly wouldn't be ashamed to be as I thought the exact opposite of the guy that made the previous post.
The film is uncomfortable at times, shocking at other times and sure it is low budget too (money doesn't just fall out of the sky into an artist's lap, y'know) BUT it is highly original and a hell of a lot of fun to watch.
Good to see a film that also has something to say, I think seeing this film was a rewarding experience. The filmmaker's took a chance and attempted to do something different and while the film is not faultless, it certainly isn't a failure. Not for everybody, not for the faint of heart, not for those that want a big budget Hollywood schlock-buster, but if you want to see something unique and different you could certainly do worse
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