Apricot: A Film for Romantic Dreamers

Apricot: A Film for Romantic Dreamers

Memory is a way of holding on to the things you love,
the things you are,
the things you never want to lose.

Apricot is a touching short film by Australian filmmaker by Ben Briand, which tells the story of a young couple on a date very early in their relationship.  They sit together in a restaurant, reminiscing of first kisses and first loves over a fresh cup of coffee.  However, as the date progresses it becomes apparent that this trip down memory lane has an ulterior motive for one of the potential lovers.

Briand’s Apricot is definitely a film for dreamers, a film for romantics and a film for film lovers.

Apricot: A Film for Romantic Dreamers

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Black Hole: A Dark and Horrifying Trip

Black Hole: A Dark and Horrifying Trip

Black Hole is a short film by director Rupert Sanders, an adaptation of Charles Burns’ debut graphic novel of the same name.  The film is a stunning tale of existential fear and loathing, documenting a strange plague as it descends on Seattle’s teenagers in the mid-1970s.  It presents a vision of a dark, horrifying world that’s both alluring and grotesque.

Black Hole: A Dark and Horrifying Trip

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