SILENCE, 5min, UK, Romance
Directed by Elena Brodach
The story of love that everyone dreams.
Seen at the July 2016 Under 5min. FEEDBACK Film Festival in Toronto.
Movie Review by Kierston Drier
Music may well be the language of love. Perhaps that is the thesis of the charming, poignant piece short Silence by director Elena Brodach. Shot in one frame, with no cuts, no dialogue and only two characters, Brodach proves that less really is more. The emotional mastery of the piece is that it is able to produce such strong feelings with seemingly such little effort.
For a film with little in the way of story set-up, the story is very clear. An elderly couple sit in a completely empty theater, watching some sort of performance the viewer cannot see. They can however hear the beautiful orchestra music playing, interrupted only by the occasional squeal of one of the…
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