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Description: The mechanic Behnke wants to join the Nazi party to safe a nice living. However, after his Jewish neighbors have been taken away, he changes his views. Trying to remain "a non-political man," he withdraws from reality and becomes a Nazis laborer.
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Description: GULONG is about friendship, love and life. The storyline is said from the point-of-view of Apao, a smart, kindhearted man whose quest for an old bike reveals the items he is made of.
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I was thrilled to explore that LIN won the Greatest International Short Movie prize at this years Raindance Movie Festival 2010 in London. I was lucky enough to go to the screening at The Apollo Cinema and sense the audience and their reactions to these arresting and pretty photos unfolding on the screen and igniting inspiration. In short - LIN is the touching, tender storyline of a middle-aged girl who walks out of her front door and keeps walking, she walks down her street, down the road, until she is lost and found but I don't wish to give too much away. However, most notably I feel, there is a true craft and skill to story-telling and starting a tale in the middle of the story. It is generous when this occurs in ebooks too, we are given freedom to be clever and imaginative enough to assume a past and to paint a possible future. Quite literally it is as though we have been picked up by a giant and thrown into the plot, and as audience, we are launched into the head zone of our lead character. Here in his fresh movie LIN Piers Thompson has created exactly this, illustrating a narrative chunk, the gap between the two ends of a piece of string, the fork in the road. I have been fortunate enough to have seen all three of this set of short movies and search Piers Thompson has an unmistakable tone, a flair and style very much of his own. Stark, understated and never screaming at the audience, but leading them gently to test their own experience and intelligence. These movies are loaded with meaning, symbols or clues to unveil meaning and the materials of the spirit, the characters experience. Inparticular in the storyline of LIN I felt we were reminded of the nature of intention, that the more we do alone, the more we can do alone, and the more we accomplish alone, the stronger we become, until we are unaware we are alone.In all three of Piers Thompson's short movies his signature note and trademark is the survival of the core of human strength. In his first short, the award-winning WAVERLEY he examined the end, old age and frailty. Next Hector Movies produced K where we met the misunderstood runaway teen, the difficulties of coming-of-age. And here in LIN we come in at the middle and meet the isolation of after-summer, the middle-age. It is relevant and necessary to note that although they are not the same person, his main narrators have all been female. And all of these female characters are alone, be it in old age, in puberty or in middle-age. The movies flow with themes of birth, sex and death as seen from a female perspective. There is a solitude, vulnerability in these three stages of the career of womanhood and it is treated with such intimacy it is as if we are spying into a very personal world, the globe without the mask. Throughout LIN we examine routine and choice, we are permitted to imagine we can change our minds even if it may be easier to continue on the same road. There is such a quiet storm in this key character, alienation, a sense of the globe making a noise that makes no sense. Piers Thompson has a method of creating characters we empathise with, we fall in myth with, we feel alone with. Most interesting of all is Thompson's ability to leave enough zone and time so you cannot support but compare yourself with the lead narration.There is a brutality and sharp honesty with Piers Thompson, the man, the writer and the director and because of this, these stories are clear and clean. Such raw truth is poetry and it is rare. These stories are hard to portray, as in life, villains are not everytime villains and victims are not everytime victims, and also as in life the hardest step is the first one. Lastly in Thompson's work is the underlying kindness, that it's the smallest things that count. Acts so easy but important are lifted and highlighted inexplicably. In these frames we are inhabiting cold spaces, harsh truths, stark worlds and isolation, but we meet folks willing to do the right thing, often the tiny thing, often the wordless and thankless. We do rely on the strangeness of kindness, the kindness of strangers. Piers Thompson's work in this fresh movie moves me. It is his understanding of human nature that astounds me, and I mean true human nature, flawed and broken. Three stages of the female career are blown open, ripped launch like fruit to reveal the stone heart of the matter. Watching LIN I was left with many questions. But most of all I burn with the question: what would happen if I started walking, walked out of my house, walked out of my life, got on a train and just never turned back? I have surely considered it before. Is it simply all about letting go of the sides, letting go of the past, letting go of the secure to go into the unknown – which is your choice and your life. I recommend you look out for these movies currently screening at numerous international movie festivals - next stop LIN will detail at The Cork Movie Festival, Ireland. I wholly suggest LIN to you, I trust you will also ask yourself these questions and if you are very lucky, perhaps you will also search some answers.
BAFTA-nominee and British director Piers Thompson has managed to place together a dream-like universe that you can't support but getting sucked and, finally, plunging into gratis falling. And allow yourself do so.I was really curious about this film, as I was aware of its BAFTA-nomination. The 4-5 couple mins had passed and I started questioning, why on world this movie had been nominated. It hadn't captivated me so far and my attention was about to drift. Meaning, I was about to write "Lin" off, but kept myself from pressing stop, as I felt too curious due to the BAFTA- nomination.So, yes, this short movie did not have me glued to my seat for the first several minutes, as short movies could manage to considering the short amount of time they have to convince their viewer. But "Lin" has its own pace and its own universe, and I am saying you, it works."Lin" portrays a woman, with no name", wandering through an unknown and mysterious country. It appears that she is running away from her past from the tiny dialogue the audience is offered.The movie is shot on RED ONE and has one of the most nice cinematography's I have ever seen. The territories are magnificent in undermining the mystery of the why, where and what. We are being disclosed very tiny notification on the woman's background and actual doings as viewers. To me it appears that this is a deliberate choice Piers Thompson has made, for the dream-like universe he has created is supposed to carry each and every one of us away on our own respective journey. A adventure of life, individuality, the meaning of what the meaning of life is. Based on our individual cognition while traveling along with this anonymous woman, while one slowly becomes that girl him-/herself. She is anonymous, so we can become her. Feel like her, see like her. If you allow go, you will know, what I mean.On her path with, seemingly, no narration nor target another than to "merely" escape, she encounters another people, who also remain strangers. At times her encounters seem so surreal and then again the intensity of them are just mind-blowingly real.The storyline line seems to be random, if not unstructured, and the plot itself very unusual. But in the end, all the pieces fall into zone and you receive a pretty mosaic that is as colourful as her journey. The adventure of life.Her adventure ends at the same zone as the film's establishing shot. The circle has been closed. At the location, there is nothing there. The zone is a void. But like the girl tells at one time, she will hold going. She will the void.One more thing, this review does not really give a lot away about the short movie as to the happenings event in detail. However, "Lin" is very special. It is a mood piece and experimental in its form. You will understand Piers Thompson's vision, if you see "Lin". I encourage you to receive carried away. I hardly reviewed this film. Basically I gave you my private interpretation and experience watching "Lin". Nonetheless, that is what reviews are and are about, because reviews, are, subjective interpretations. Some more, some less. This one is my journey. Reel reporter.
If I am honest I would have to admit that after the first couple of mins I was ready to dislike this film. I was prepared to write it off as being a 'worthy' film, one that has almost been designed from the ground up in order to tick a set of boxes to receive into festivals. Perhaps a movie that was trying too hard.As the movie progressed I found this to be untrue.Admittedly the movie does not test a traditional structure for its plot. It focuses much more on mood and doesn't concern itself with explaining the reason for the adventure or hero motives.But I can see why this has been nominated. It tries to do something various - and manages it successfully. Actually there is a lot of luck required if you test to pull off this approach. If you experiment with form and mood then you can't expect to be on the cash each time. If you are a movie maker who wants to be successful each time then you need to enjoy it secure and begin to follow formulas. These movie makers have not done that. They took a possibility - and it worked.It was shot on the RED camera in some nice territories that looked difficult to find. Not an simple production, I would imagine, and certainly not cheap.This nomination is deserved for having guts and sticking to a vision that gotta have looking unpopular on paper. You don't receive a movie like this if the director has other agenda of trying to themselves some TV work! You receive a movie like this if you love film.
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