‘Adam ate the apple, and our teeth still ache.’
What an amazing dramatization of the word INQUILINE. Your extremely personal interpretation of the concept of an animal (in this case a human being) living in a borrowed home was so theatrically compelling. I was very drawn to the woman who was living on the street but not quite homeless. When she ate ravenously I felt her voracious appetite. When you cut in the images of the cellular amoeba shaped organisms as she ate the apple, I felt horror. And then after the title, we saw the woman looking helplessly and defiantly (how could this be?) at the camera! So much was packed into an exquisite short film.
I completely agree with Lynne. Your short film created a highly imaginative world that is complete with past, present, and the future. It was as if I was watching a clip from Godard’s Alphaville. Like Godard’s film, your film created such a unique world that I want to see more of it. I hope you can create another film that takes place in this world you created and post it here again soon.
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