From Poland, Dym (Smoke) is a short movie (7 minutes) that is reminiscent of a David Lynch film. It's stunningly directed and written by Grzegorz Cisiecki with amazing cinematography by David Raymer. There is a lot of style over substance, but with expressive actors who can convey emotion with no dialogue. The story, which uses very surrealistic imagery, is open to interpretation. Like Lynch, it's the kind of film that incites discussion about the plot, and one has to pay attention.
Very smooth and professional. Grzegorz Cisiecki has much potential, and I look forward to seeing a feature that incorporates these same elements.
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