A young boy living in the near future looks for an escape from a home with arguing parents. As a way to cope with the recent arguments from his parents he receives a robot companion that he ends up abusing.
Andrew is a broken man. He has recently discovered his wife has been having an affair but doesn't have the strength of will to confront her about it. Instead, Andrew has tracked down his wife's lover, Darren, at his place of work.
A young writer. A prostitute. An old desert motel. All stories need an ending. 'Distraction' is a short film noir that focuses on the fragile psyche of a writer who's sole desire is to ... See full summary »
Edward L. Green
Fantastic...who would have thought you could cram this much into only about 4 minutes?!
Wow, I was really blown away by this exceptionally clever little film currently posted on the Doorpost Film Project's website. While all the films they feature are wonderful short films by young film makers and feature great production values, this one really stands out from the crowd.
A couple are eating in a restaurant. It's obvious that there is a lot of tension between them. Then, suddenly, you see an Asian guy listening in on their conversation with some sort of high-tech listening device!! What is going on here?! Well, I won't tell you! See this sweet little film for yourself. It's funny, a bit romantic and oh so wonderful. I am so happy I gave this one a try! And, I can't wait to see more from these folks!
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