Overload
South Korea, 2015, 5 minutes
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Overload Synopsis

The man misses his lover who died in an unexpected accident. Finally the day going back to Earth after long days in the Space, unexplainable and impractical incident makes him look back in time.

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Reviewed by Verbalkint
Overload will overload viewers with emotions or plain symbols. Part of the audience will understand the story Overload wants to tell. They will empathize with the main character's loss and... more
Overload will overload viewers with emotions or plain symbols. Part of the audience will understand the story Overload wants to tell. They will empathize with the main character's loss and feel every emotion he feels. The other part of the audience won't be as blessed. The symbols can overload viewers, consequently, confusing them. For this, Overload earns 3 stars only.
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Reviewed by Bartonelster
Overload bombards viewers with various symbols to express the main character's emotions. The main character, an astronaut, loses his lover through an accident. Emotions and symbols of missing a lover,... more
Overload bombards viewers with various symbols to express the main character's emotions. The main character, an astronaut, loses his lover through an accident. Emotions and symbols of missing a lover, regret for inaction and action, and what-ifs will be quickly presented to viewers. Half of viewers can get lost in all these.While, the other half will feel all of it through empathy.
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  • Kang SuHyun's work is too powerful for words. This short film has so many emotions that it struggles to be understood in under just 5 minutes.

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  • Kang SuHyun's work is too powerful for words. This short film has so many emotions that it struggles to be understood in under just 5 minutes.
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