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MY REVIEW
Reviewed by dominicbrant GB / Joined dominicbrant 2015
"Beautiful, Ordinary, Profound"
Adam
Adam
Adam
Israel, 2013, 23 minutes LGBT, Teen
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23.06.17
This is a very accomplished short film.  It has a minimalism about it - in terms of location, set, actors - that many short film makers can learn from.  There are no elements that don't add to the overall themes, it's very precise, but natural, filmmaking.  Less is most definitely more.  The acting is excellent, as is the photography, lighting and sound. The story is very strong, with big ideas balanced against the ordinary things of life. It's about a teenager who dreams of his dream guy.  The story is told incredibly well.  A son with dreams is at odds with his Mum who he feels will probably not understand him.  The relationship is awkward yet tender as it is with most teens and their parents.  Then there is the impact of school and particularly social media.  To say anymore would be to give the story about. This film has immense value, both socially and in terms of filmmaking.  Definitely one to watch.
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