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  • Fantastic Mr. Fox

    Fantastic Mr. Fox

    Saw this in the comments section of a YouTube vid so I thought I should share it:

    Ultimately a dissertation into elements reminiscent of Marxist literary theory, "Fantastic Mr. Fox" really comes down to a fundamental class struggle between the "starving" proletarian animals under the oppression of the autocratic hegemony of the "bourgeoisie" Boggis, Bunce, and Bean. I think the real message in this classic archetypal "seize the means of production" narrative, comes down to finding the true equilibrium between…

  • Template


    My first film just got recently released on Vimeo on Demand as part of the October Lift-Off Sessions which you can check out and vote for until October 18, 2019. All your votes will be greatly appreciated! :)

    It's an experimental short film that tells the story of a student who undergoes a repetitive cycle in life, tackling education and mental health with a touch of existentialism.

    We shot this film with a $0 budget and we originally made it…

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  • Get Out

    Get Out


    I've been wanting to watch this for a while now because almost everyone has been raving about it, but now that I've gone and done that, I can't help but feel that this film is overrated. The film's merits lie in the fact that it's a modern manifesto against racism and acts as a quasi-satire about racial politics. The technicalities and comedy (Chris' friend Rod is especially funny) also serve to uplift this film. Beyond that, however, it's not even…

  • The Man Who Sleeps

    The Man Who Sleeps


    You don’t need to leave your room. Remain sitting at your table and listen. Don’t even listen, simply wait. Don’t even wait. Be quite still and solitary.

    - Franz Kafka

    You'd think that with no plot or character development, or rather; a weak narrative structure and a poorly delineated character; that The Man Who Sleeps wouldn't be such a good film. The original source; the 1967 novel by Georges Perec didn't even cause much of a stir and neither did…