I'd heard the name Nacho Vigalondo somewhere before so double checked his name on this website . Writer/director of 7:35 IN THE MORNING which alongside THE END by Ted Marcus is one of the most outstanding short films I've seen recently I went in with very high expectations . After all Vigalondo is someone who went on to have a fairly successful career in Spanish cinema , a country that tends to celebrate imaginative morbid cinema and perhaps my high expectations led to disappointment . To be fair you can see the main point of this short film is to showcase some very impressive editing but beyond that there's not a lot else . One wonders if the story might be constrained by length since it's only three minutes long and involves a quest by a man trying to find a long lost love by methods that fall in to the mind bending realm of meta-physics . Again like so many other shorts it almost feels like a pitch of sorts and when the end titles come up it feels more like the opening credits to a feature length film where we've just had the premise and story set up explained to us
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