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Ad Hominem (2009)

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"Ad Hominem" is an experimental short that plays with the anticipations of its audience. Part parable, part slice of urban Americana and intentionally fragmentary in its narrative, the film... See full summary »

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Julie Crylen ...
Julia
Rishi Ganju ...
Large Man / Death
Marco Reyna ...
Seth
Amy Shah ...
Nadine
Hank Stahlecker ...
Darren
Lyle Werner ...
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"Ad Hominem" is an experimental short that plays with the anticipations of its audience. Part parable, part slice of urban Americana and intentionally fragmentary in its narrative, the film follows six individuals who share an anomalous lineage that is not quite clear at first. Written by Anonymous

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experimental | surrealism | dream | See All (3) »

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A New Experimental Short Film By Nelson Carvajal


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$4,500 (estimated)
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Writer/Director Nelson Carvajal gave each of the characters fleshed out backgrounds, all of which weren't articulated in his original screenplay. The actors were informed on the backgrounds on motivations. He wanted the actors to know where each role was coming from but wanted that same information obfuscated from the audience so that they would have an uneasy feeling while watching the short. In fact, most of the characters' names aren't even mentioned in any of the dialogue. See more »

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