Sod's Law... As We Say In The UK!
This is probably what would happen to me! Of course, no doubt many people would think the same thing. It was a great comedic twist to the film, it was shot in a beautiful location (how was you able to secure this place to use? I'm assuming it was in a University?) This film appealed to me because it niggles at that desire I have always had, and the nagging part of my brain that says: "you should have studied Astrophysics or Cosmology!" As well as tugging at my curiosity at where do these scientists start with these complex equations? In terms of the movie itself, it was well performed, well shot and lit. It is a good technique, dubbing music over and having no dialogue, it is far easier in terms of filmmaking and with a film like this, it doesn't diminish the quality either.
Other Reviews by Tombola Pictures 129
A review of Young Man's Great AdventureYoung Man's Great Adventure epitomises the kind of One The Road attitude, typical of young (men) in particular. The urge to set loose in the wide world (in a nation the size of a continent), spread your wings and see the world. Usually with some half-arsed plan and up yours to reality.
A review of The Short Shorts of Elmer Lang, Vol. 1Elmer's works become like a video diary. If he has some musing or form of expression, then up it seems to go here, which is a quite proficient way of social networking. The Short Shorts of Elmer Lang, Vol. 1, gives a well rounded view on the freedoms we take for granted in the West. Yes, there are flaws to our system, though you try living elsewhere!
A review of Middle Ol' MeI'm a middle child myself, so Middle Ol' Me is preaching to the choir. This short affirms what I have suspected for some time, that the middle child has a unique perspective on the family. Although rather than being a negative thing, sometimes being middle can help you develop fuller as a person.