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Plot: A university student returns home to self-isolate during the lockdown. He’s totally alone, he’s caught the virus and in order to cope, he’s started to talk to himself.
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An Excellent Watch!
At first I was sceptical about the themes of the film, seeing as the experience of the pandemic has been all too real for many people, but I must admit the cast and crew did a fantastic job in the handling of the subject in a way that is hard hitting without being overly distressing for the viewer. Outside of the story itself, the film is well made, perhaps a few shaky shots and moments out of focus, which I believe were unintentional unfortunately, but it does not take anything away from the film or experience itself. Props to the editing department for an excellent job on all fronts; pacing and structure were solid – you could feel the slow decline in the Student’s mentality, but also really felt the hard hitting moments – the colouring also helped set the tone of this film from the get go. All in all, I feel as though the cast and crew have delivered an excellent film; from the film itself to the fact it was all made during lockdown within COVID guidelines could not have been easy, so well done!
What a fantastic experience. I must admit, going in I wasn’t sure where this journey would take me. Would there be twists and turns? Or would this character stew in his isolation for the entire duration. It wasn’t long before I realised that this character was actually a vision of myself, stuck in a rut due to this pandemic caused isolation. As the film began to push away from reality, to my surprise, I found myself connecting with the character even more. The film is structured to work as a slow burn, gradually unveiling the deterioration of the lead’s mental state. At first I was unsure, but by the time the credits rolled I was fully convinced. I was the Student. And I too realised that “they were never coming home”. What a difficult realisation to come to terms with. The fact this hit so hard is in large part to the edit and careful structure, so they must be commended for that. The visuals were where they needed to be to keep the connection with the character, especially during the gym sequence. That must have been a struggle to do, very impressed with the actor. There were some shakes and blurry moments but they did end up actually helping to add to the characters declining mental health. And the underwater scene was gorgeous, with rays of light pushing past the character as he struggled. Such a symbolic moment, really adding to the importance that water plays throughout. I feel making it to the end was an accomplishment, for all the right reasons. The cast and crew managed to take me on quite the journey and I am thankful that they did. It was cathartic in a way, allowing me to reflect on my own challenges of this isolation. What a marvelous way to express the current times.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 52 min (112 min)
Genre Drama, History, Thriller
Director Jason Farries
Writer Sam Gosiewski
Actors Jason Farries, Emma Vansittart, Zoe Cunningham, Neil Ovenell
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Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
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