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Snooze Time (2012)

| Short, Drama
Evie struggles to come to terms with the funny and sometimes painful discrepancies between measured-time and time as she really experiences it. From the agonizing Morning After-Time to the ... See full summary »

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Ivan Barge

Writer:

Matt Harris (as Matthew Harris)
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Credited cast:
Fraser Brown ... Young Thom
Lisa Harrow ... Evie
Amber Rhodes Amber Rhodes ... Young Evie
Craig Walsh-Wrightson ... Thom
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Evie struggles to come to terms with the funny and sometimes painful discrepancies between measured-time and time as she really experiences it. From the agonizing Morning After-Time to the merely annoying Snooze-Time. As Evie's life progresses her experience of time gets even more confusing. The significant events in her early life become more distant until she arrives at the Contradiction-Time of old age: the days seem to creep by , but oddly, Christmas comes around faster each year. It becomes clear that time is playing it's cruelest trick of all: it's running out. Written by Anonymous

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Short | Drama

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20 February 2020 | by KirpianuscusSee all my reviews

A touching film because, scene by scene, it becomes be about yourself. A couple and passing decades. Inspired cinematography and powerful message. And something escaping to easy definition. Because you feel it more than you see it.


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New Zealand

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English

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