Why Watch? A gorgeous example of dynamic camera work done for a poetic patchwork of story imagery.
Yes, it’s funny to see a movie called The Last 3 Minutes be 4 minutes long, but every second is well worth it. This is death through the eyes and ears of our memory – the last gasping wonder of a world brimming with colors and trumpet bursts that we don’t think about as we walk through our normal hours. This short film is as evocative as it is stunning. A common idea presented uncommonly.
What does it cost? Just 4 minutes of your time.
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