Postmortem was an intense short film. The film moves quickly within a short time frame, and takes you in and out of the world of the addict. The flashback sequences reminded me of Memento(although Memento came out 2 years later), as it raises questions about why things end up where they do. Story line formed well around the flashbacks, with some humor on top of the serious message. Actors match up with their characters, and are quite believable. Soundtrack had an edge, especially after the inevitable lessons are learned at the end of the film. This film seemed to be shot with realistic angles and as a viewer, that brings you closer to the reality of the scene.
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