Shell
South Korea, 2011, 7 minutes
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Shell Synopsis

Our lives are shaped by our experiences. Our experiences are preserved in our memories. But what if we had a chance to remember things that we never actually experienced?

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Reviewed by nikkareyes
Short but sweet!  The cinematography, especially the scenes that depict the young man's  remembrance of  something that hasn't happened,  as  it was signified,  was marvelous. The yellow  hues, the brightness... more
Short but sweet!  The cinematography, especially the scenes that depict the young man's  remembrance of  something that hasn't happened,  as  it was signified,  was marvelous. The yellow  hues, the brightness of the sun and the over-all ambiance of those scenes seem to depict an other-worldly vision.  And as the man narrates the scene he briefly stops, and the woman supplies the continuation of the scene, in reality.  Appealing and  genuinely candid , the film scoring  was also commendable.  
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  • I particularly like the scenes where the man and woman are out on the field,   underneath a big tree. The colors just seem so alive, bright and vibrant!  

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