funny how tom hooper tried to make a trans rep film and failed miserably before then following it up with a masterpiece that inexplicably got the trans experience spot on
An inexplicably beautiful and visceral film that lets us see the filmmaker wade through a sea of memories of himself, his parents, and his childhood town, in a gorgeous animation that doesn't hold your hand at all. Likely not for people who want a straight-forward narrative, but for those looking for a personal, dark, and possibly incomprehensible experience. This premiered at Berlinale some six months ago and as soon as I saw the poster and trailer I knew I had…
I wrote a short film inspired by Her and Punch-Drunk Love with the intent to hopefully make it for college this year. If you're interested then please give it a read and let me know what you think. Any opinions and criticisms will be great appreciated ❤️
A socially-awkward man calls customer support for his broken DVD player and quickly becomes attached to the man on the other end of the phone, forming a personal connection with him.