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Easy my favourite of all the live action shorts of 2014 is Xavier Legrand's "Avant Que De Tout Perdre" (Just Before Losing Everything), one of the tensest and most unsettling short movies I've seen in a while. Punctuated throughout the live action shorts unique are interviews with acclaimed directors that feature the filmmaking process when it comes to shorts and even director Steve McQueen (12 Years a Slave) tells it's never about length but about intelligence and if you have a nice concept in a short amount of time and exercise it with true thought then you'll have a nice short. Through the test of what one should call real-time shooting (where everything happens as if it would in true life), Legrand gives us a storyline that we learn more and more about over time and nothing is instantly spelled out for us through the test of cheap dialog. The short opens with a young man walking to school before being stopped by a teacher driving to school saying him to hurry up. Instead, he goes underneath a bridge to enjoy near a creek before being picked up by his mom who is flying down the roads of France in her vehicle. After picking up the boy's older sister, they arrive at the mother's zone of employment, which mirrors the appearance of a Wal-Mart Supercenter. In the office, she talks with her boss about how she needs to press charges vs her husband and that she's leaving city tonight. The boss fires her, allowing her to obtain her severance package. Things receive even more hectic when the husband arrives at the store, asking his wife's mate to speak to her immediately. What unfolds is something of a cat-and-mouse thriller, in one particular setting, with one target in mind - getting out of the store. The short is consistently tense, providing for a greatly unsettling experience that toys with ones emotions in such a bold and unexpected way. Furthermore, it's also interesting to take note of the young male actor, Milgan Chatelain, whose hero is shown saying coworkers about the horrors his mother has faced in a frighteningly casual manner, showing how he almost considers these happenings as normalcy. Legrand has made a gripping and pervasively unsettling short that could guarantee him a future feature-length project in no time.
Today I went to a unique showing of the Oscar-nominated Live Action films. This was a very unusual year because I don't see any clear champion nor did I see any movie I disliked. Oddly, however, I didn't see any I loved either and picking the champion is amazingly difficult.Of all the nominees, "Just Before Losing Everything" was one that created the strongest desire to shout at the screen! This is NOT a complaint--just my gut reaction as I watched the film. When I explain the plot a bit, I think you'll understand.The movie is a true enigma during the first several minutes--and I really commend the filmmakers for making the movie this method and building the suspense like they did. A young man is not walking towards school like he should. His teacher (at least that's who you assume it is) comments on this and the man tells he's going to school after he complete an errand. However, instead he hides under a bridge. A bit later, a vehicle horn honks and the child runs and hops in the vehicle! Who is the girl driving?! Is she a kid molester? Is he being kidnapped?! What is happening?! A bit later, the pair stop and a teenage woman reluctantly leaves her boyfriend at a bus stop and she, too, gets into the car. Actually I was REALLY confused. Was this some sort of gang? Were they going to rob a bank? Fortunately, the movie made a lot of sense once you realize that she's a battered wife and these are her kids! But these children are unusual--because they, too, wish no part of their father. He's an animal--the lowest sort of human being. See the movie and you'll understand.What I didn't understand and never understand is how girls (and sometime men) in cases like this so often don't call the police. The husband was clearly SUPER-dangerous in "Just Before Losing Everything" but I do not fault the filmmakers. I now think they were clearly telling that you SHOULD call the police and showed just how risky leaving would be without their support. I just know I kept sitting in my set hoping someone would call and the movie definitely made my pulse quicken. An perfect film.
From France, Lea Drucker stars as a girl who has decided to take her children and leave her abusive husband once and for all. This is a nice suspense piece, with the director building that suspense through some great long takes. Still, one thought kept running through my mind: this entire case should have easy been avoided had the girl just named the cops. This is even mentioned by her coworkers, but Drucker simply dismisses it with "I don't have time." It type of bugged me (and the annoying girl behind me, who kept whispering loudly to her husband, "Why doesn't she just call the cops?"). It also hacks few times to enhance the suspense, taking away from the realistic situation.
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