Underrated Short-Film with wryly honesty and black-humored realism
I haven't seen such a rich way of storytelling and humor deliverance until i saw this short film, it has it's unique ways of telling the personality of the guy behind the computer, and the actions shown on screen (whether it is a chatting room, internet statuses, web-cams, among others) have a very convincing way of delivering it's character development and a smart story puzzle that can be set up by it's own audience, this, with sprinkles of black humour presented in clever visual comedy with such honesty about human behavior, the way people connect and share experiences through modern technology, and when it does end, it is sort of heart-breaking also, but the way it settles it's honesty and doesn't fall into typical teenage movie trappings is also one of the little things that "Noah" does well enough to deserve recognition and take note of the clever visual metaphors applied to perform it's simple yet creatively honest and darkly hilarious plot on the best and most relatable way possible. "Noah" is a must see. And, not talking about the Darren Aronofsky's one.
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