A math teacher arrives at classroom to give a lesson on perspective only to find her students sitting there completely naked and in silence. Totally confused, she undresses as well and proceeds with the class. But there's a catch.
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An uncompromising and controversial short set in the Scandinavian suburbia on the hottest day of the summer. A sister reluctantly babysits her little brother. Two young boys catch her attention, and she makes a crucial decision.
Bjørn Erik Pihlmann Sørensen
Emilie K. Beck,
Silje Hagrim Dahl,
Fredrik M. Frafjord
A new teacher comes to class to teach a lesson on a complicated math theorem. The class is waiting completely nude and catches her off guard. She takes off her clothes before the beginning of her lesson. During the lesson, the students put their clothes back on and take away her clothes, as she is concentrated solely on the theorem. Upon finishing, she is embarrassed that they are clothed and she is left naked, but there is now someone at the door. The class ask the unknown to come in, and they find a naked teacher but clothed students. Inspired by a mathematical rhetoric.Written by
You could also see this as a talking point,which is probably what the creator was after. The nudity is not really the main subject here more the statement of the class.I see it as a take from it what you will short film and I see it more as a statement of youth. It's a typical "We are the youth of today" statement...they want to be different. Once the teacher takes her clothes off they're not different...so once again they change by getting dressed and pushing her out on a limb when the door opens. It's still relevant in all kinds of ways as it asks you "why are they naked ?" If plain nudity is something that the watcher doesn't understand they will see it differently to someone who is naked everyday. It's not a classic but can start some interesting conversations 🙂
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