Drift: A Richly Thoughtful Exploration of a Homeless Man’s Plight

Drift: A Richly Thoughtful Exploration of a Homeless Man’s Plight

Drift is an intensely thoughtful short film directed by the Australian filmmaker Matthew Chang.  The film follows the discussion of two friends in a restaurant as they watch a homeless man outside on the street and reflect on their own experiences and choices in life.  The friends have widely divergent views about the plight of the homeless man, but the film gives each character’s perspective a fair hearing.  One can’t help but to feel quite surprised by the unexpected twist at the end of the film, which evolves into a keenly observed morality tale that can evoke considerable reflection upon the impact of past events in our own lives.

Drift: A Richly Thoughtful Exploration of a Homeless Man’s Plight

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