Lily In The Grinder
United States of America (US), 2014, 13 minutes
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Lily In The Grinder Synopsis

Ryan struggles to find meaning in his provisional existence, exploring sex and death and the idea of 'becoming something.' This surreal film, enveloped in a classical string quartet piece, is a rumination on death, time, and the nature of existence. It posits the idea of a human life as a static, four-dimensional entity that exists at a specific moment in time and cannot be said to truly begin or end.

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Reviewed by marygracedimala
This film reminds me a lot of Twilight Zone, where the bizarre and surreal happen. The dichotomy of life and death is artfully expressed in this film. The film is... more
This film reminds me a lot of Twilight Zone, where the bizarre and surreal happen. The dichotomy of life and death is artfully expressed in this film. The film is a little bit hard to comprehend on the first viewing but after the second and third. It’s like viewing an abstract by Pollock, all colors are splattered on the board, it’s up to the viewer to comprehend or put meaning into it or leave it as is.
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