Cinematographer & video editor.
Hey Alex, thank you for sharing this article.
Akira Kurosawa's phase was the revolution in the film industry.
I totally agree with Edmund.
If you are making a film like this, a film like this should force you to stick with it and don't lose the interest at any point.
But I think that's how we learn. So keep doing it until you get it perfect.
So yeah what I see in that short film or art piece- Breakdown of his fears or his consciousness. Like when the film ends he sees himself on the other side which I think says that he is afraid of himself. What I especially liked about this piece, are the visuals and the way he shot it.
And what I am planning to do- Well, I read bunch of after effects of OCD. And this film exactly does that. So I am planning to make one elaborative short-film based on this concept. This film just gives me the visual reference of how my film can look.
P.S- I am very glad that you came through my question and took the time to give your feedback. I have read your feedback and answers to other folks queries and they are very honest and brutal in a good way.
I think it is wonderfully shot. I agree with Elliot thoughts on slow moving.
But besides that, it is beautiful, the concept is different, good compositions and very properly lit scenes.
Good Job Jessica.
P.S I saw your film before I read this forum.
Hi Garry, by recreating I mean using the same concept.
And consider the original film as the benchmark.
Yeah yeah, I don't want to impose anything as it is, that would just be very foolish as a filmmaker. I am just inspired by his concept and the way he has put it on screen.
By he, I mean Skyler Lawson. He shot this very short film on OCD named Captum.
Here is the link-https://vimeo.com/154731047
Would like to know your thoughts on it.