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The Garden (2017)

After a silent, masked individual encounters a man with a television for an arm; horror, euphoria and madness ensue.

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Finn Callan

Writer:

Finn Callan (story)
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Cast overview:
Hector O'Donnell Hector O'Donnell ... Mask
Sam Wilkes Sam Wilkes ... TV Man
Finn Callan Finn Callan ... Screenchild
Jaime Haslip Jaime Haslip ... Body #2
Sebastian Sanger Sebastian Sanger ... Body #1
Samuel Vince Samuel Vince ... Body #3
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After a silent, masked individual encounters a man with a television for an arm; horror, euphoria and madness ensue.

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UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 April 2017 (UK) See more »

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1.85 : 1
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Principal photography lasted two weeks in July of 2016 and editing went on until April of 2017. See more »

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The loudest silent movie I've ever seen
12 November 2017 | by stepfordwife666See all my reviews

Experimental is the perfect word to describe this because guessing that it wasn't designed to be easy to watch, i'm saying that because after watching it i'm shaken down pretty badly (in a good way). Its intense as hell, I can only imagine that watching this in a cinema would have really scrambled people's minds. This is gonna be polarizing for some people I know but I liked it. In the terms of the plot (i'm not giving anything away here) almost nothing actually happens and yet everything happens at once, there is such overwhelming stimulation from the visuals and the sound design that it hurt my head after a while. Although its directionless with its story it wears it on its sleeve and it works all the better for it. Half the discomfort just comes from the anticipation of something happening and all that sound design is just making me wanna shield my ears at every opportunity in the movie. This ain't a film for movie traditionalists, if you enjoy David Lynch movies or minimalist cinema or something like that then give it a watch. No dialogue is a lovely touch, this is bar none the loudest silent film i've ever seen.


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