Prosopanosia: 'A two faced story' Alfred finds his best friend Julia dead in her apartment and looks the perpetrator right in the eyes. He is unable to identify him, because of his ...
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Prosopanosia: 'A two faced story' Alfred finds his best friend Julia dead in her apartment and looks the perpetrator right in the eyes. He is unable to identify him, because of his extremely rare condition known as face blindness, or Prosopagnosia. Helpless and confused Alfred has to endure a long interrogation at the police office. He turns out to be the obvious suspect in this horrible homicide. While Alfred tries to convince the inspector of his innocence and menacing illness their both bound to discover a shocking truth.Written by
An excellent short which manages to pack a perfect balance of suspense, romance and twists, coupled with some great acting into just 17 minutes. Thoroughly enjoyed and recommended viewing.
I was referred to this through a friend and was particularly impressed with the direction and acting. The film has a very polished look and lovely camera work which contrasts well with some grainy, edgy scenes. I'm left reminded of some beautiful touching moments between the main love interests and some harder, darker scenes between the two male leads. In retrospect there is a very clever use of light throughout which suits the mood of each moment.
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