12 November 2013 | htonnemacher
This is a great B&W short film with numerous surprises and EXCELLENT editing, just what I like. The end is not easy to predict, nor are the well edited scenes that follow one another so the viewer is pleasantly surprised at every turn. Too many films these days (even short films like this one) are WAY too predictable and contain too many scenes that SHOULD have been deleted. The use of B&W instead of color gives the film a timeless appeal as well. Had it been in color it might have had viewers thinking "YouTube" at the beginning because, sadly, that's the media world we all live in now. The film is a mix of comedy and tragedy with, fortunately, the tragedy being limited to our own minds and not slapped in our faces.