10 August 2016 | cecengineer
Attempt at artsy, slow, musically themed classic, with lesbian twist
American Director Todd Verow makes a spirited attempt to imitate slow, artsy, musically charged French films, with a touch of an attempt at avant-garde. It is as if he is trying to put everything he learned in film-making school into one movie. The use of black and white, the diving around with the camera, the close ups on rain drops. However, there are some good scenes of Paris and rooftop shots.
It's probably good if you have a remote with fast forward. This movie could easily have been cut down to a third or half of its run time. You can see that Verow is previously more of a specialist in shorts and that shows clearly.
Don't expect much, it's a low budget, amateurish movie, but it is an interesting look into their boring sordid lives and mundane sex lives.