Mute (2005)

TV-PG   |    |  Short, Comedy

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When we meet Eileen, we see her sabotaging her big sister's wedding. We find out that she blames her older sister, Claire for a car accident that has left her deaf and mute. As Eileen tells... See full summary »

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23 March 2017 | huggibear
| This is a 7 Star because I can relate to it!
I've been in situations where physical abuse has caused me to want revenge, settle-the-score kind of thing in which I know who has the last laugh. I've been through it all, emotionally and wanted to take physical action, but have done many things to avoid those actions, as they are quite risky in terms of law enforcement. So I stay in my mind with these kinds of desirous thoughts/things instead and await the possibility of putting the revenges in my physical story without being the actual physical action myself, but using myself spiritually (my mind) to accomplish what Eileen accomplished in this film, at least in her mind. Sometimes if we just go there in our minds instead of acting upon our thoughts, we can feel better about what took place and what's going to go down in order to be able to 'call it even'. I liked this short film a lot because it was mind work to me, instead of true follow-through on her vengeful desires to get her sister back for doing what she did. No one can take yourself away from you unless you live life by default (instead of on purpose) and allow life to just happen to you. That's why focusing is so important to us here because we are all on our own journey toward life or death, based on a focused choice. I love films like this that spark the imaginations in us. I cannot say that I totally understood this film, but the main point was very clear, whether it was true action Eileen took or just thoughts that never led to any physical creation. Intriguing, nonetheless! Thank you director!

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