Films I (did not) mention II

from filmguide.sundance.org

As I posted earlier, there are films I don’t review, at least not right away. So here’s more afterglow:

JONATHAN’S CHEST (USA 2014, 15 minutes) by director Christopher Radcliff had me guessing about what happened in the first scene (a lost thread) and how the last scene might be interpreted. I didn’t like that much guesswork at the time I saw the short at the ALPINALE. But now I just might have figured out some of the riddles. And that’s why I’m posting this now: This bl**y film had me thinking until now. The brilliant cinematography might be another reason.

Quelle: miaf.net

Quelle: miaf.net

BATHS (Polen/GB 2013, 4 minutes, animated) by director Tomek Ducki is wonderfully made … and tells a story which left me with that warm, fuzzy feeling inside. Why I didn’t mention it earlier has explicitly to do only with my wet feet at the time it was shown.

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About Elisabeth Schabus (477 Articles)
I see, I like, I write ... mostly about cinema and actors, but also about politics or economy. In English, auf Deutsch, på svenska. This ORF trained news journalist (TV, radio), who has also worked in corporate publishing for international brands and written/edited tons of magazines, has become a blogger out of passion.

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