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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

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    We shot this film with a $0 budget and we originally made it…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

    ★½

    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…