We find ourselves roaming lost in a place where hope and light are absent. A place which seems both so dark and distant, yet too familiar, our sanity begins to fade. We've become absorbed ...
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We find ourselves roaming lost in a place where hope and light are absent. A place which seems both so dark and distant, yet too familiar, our sanity begins to fade. We've become absorbed into a reality that may exist elsewhere... or nowhere at all.Written by
It's a disturbing little opus. Only 17 minutes long, and in black & white. Sorta leans towards the early work of David Lynch, and hearkens to "Eraserhead" in many ways. It's actually very good. If I was to make an introductory film, I would definitely make it in this manor, style, and noir feel. Please watch it. Very black, very cool, and intriguing. There is a small color sequence at the end, but it does not detract from the overall ambiance and style of the film. There is a minor nude scene at the end, but don't let that detract you from it. The actress in it (Amy Sue Nahhas) is just stunning! The writer/director and star (if you could call him that) appears several times throughout the film. But the real star is Amy. She is destined for greatness if she continues in the movie/film industry. She is sexy, sultry, alluring and super erotic (as you will see in the one color sequence in the film). Just look at her face, and in particular her lips. She is just delicious to take in. She reminds me of the incredible Gina Gershon. Just a look that will melt your heart. male or female.
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