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Die Tomorrow: A series of interpersonal long-takes
This is a very thoughtfully done film about that which surrounds us but is simultaneously forbidden. It was just beautiful to take in. The clock is literally ticking throughout the film and only shown between segments, during what acts as both a pre/postamble and intermission.
The focus here is the people entirely. One will die while others live on. And just like life, the film continues on. If you haven't had an existential crisis yet, I highly recommend. If you've had a recent loved one die, that's your call.
You won't see anyone die here, only read about it on a Gantz-like black screen void of any concern. It's comforting in an odd way.
One of the main things Die Tomorrow does well, other than its use of the camera, is get me to care about the people who's personal life it takes a rather intimate lense to.
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