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In a small supermarket in a blue collar town, a black man smiles at a 10-year-old white boy across the checkout aisle. This innocuous moment sends two gangs into a ruthless war that ends with a shocking backlash.
Filmed and edited in intimate vérité style, this movie follows visionary medical practitioners who are working on the cutting edge of life and death and are dedicated to changing our thinking about both.
Two ten year-old boys are detained by police under suspicion of abducting and murdering a toddler. A true story based on interview transcripts and records from the James Bulger case, which shocked the world in 1993.
Fauve is one short film that will stick with you long after your first viewing. By exploring universal themes of youth, control and nature, the film quickly demands your attention and never lets go. The striking performances from the two boys feel both genuine and terrifying. The character development of these two over the 14 min time span is seamless and justified.
All in all, with the help of a dazzling score and gorgeous cinematography, Fauve offers a great exploration that you shouldn't miss, short film enthusiasts or not!
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