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C. Thomas Howell,
Around 1960, Englishman Toby Hood comes to Johannesburg in order to run a publishing company. He is open minded, and befriends people with different social ranks. The harsh realities of society force him to make a choice as to friendships.
Just before a truck hits a ten-year-old boy everything comes to a standstill. A man who is witnessing the accident is the only one who can move in the frozen world and he discovers a way to save the life of the child. But in his attempt to alter the boy's fate he has to face a cruel dilemma...Written by
This wide screen Dutch one reeler shows more imagination and sophisticated film technique than most programs of short movies.
The jogger is passed by the boy on the bike among the motorway pillars and tree stumps. He sees the bike boy about to be run down by a truck and time appears to freeze, giving the runner a chance to investigate the possibilities in three dimensions.
The layering is impeccable, with no hint of digital texture or outline, and it is used tellingly as with the falling apple.
The content is slight but this one knows how long to play it. And here's another line to bring this up to length.
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