OneDreamRush/China: A Ridiculously Obscure, Intoxicating Dream of Life

OneDreamRush/China: A Ridiculously Obscure, Intoxicating Dream of Life

OneDreamRush: China is a 42-second short film directed by Maxim Zhestkov and Matt Pyke at Universal Everything.  The film is one of the 2009 Beijing Independent Film Festival’s 42 short films, each one being only 42-seconds long and based on the common question, “How do we dream?”  OneDreamRush: China is a ridiculously obscure and confusing little film, but at the same time it’s intoxicating in a mesmerizing sense.  The film is truly intriguing, taking an average thought or feeling that seems so ordinary to each and every one of us and then soaring out to other dimensions, into the realm of the extraordinary.  In the directors’ sense of creativity, they twist, tweak and turn an ordinary, average, everyday emotion (or dream) in totally unanticipated ways.  By the time this 42-second short film reaches its unforeseen finale, they’ve managed to turn the obscurely mundane into a larger than life feeling within each of us.

OneDreamRush/China: A Ridiculously Obscure, Intoxicating Dream of Life

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