Mimesis: The Battered Mime and a Little Street Kid

Mimesis: The Battered Mime and a Little Street Kid

Mimesis is a melancholy, but ultimately very uplifting short film directed by the young French filmmaker Camille Meynard, which has won a number of awards at European film festivals. The film tells the story of a chance meeting between a down-on-his-luck mime and a young boy. Mimesis opens showing the mime at a tawdry fight club full of hooligans, where he works as a battered fall-guy for the other fighters. After he gets fired from the fight club, the mime returns home to his decrepit little apartment, where he gets harassed by a group of boys throwing rocks through his window. The ensuing encounter between the street kid and the tragic mime leads to a heartwarming coming together of an adult mind in a children’s body and a children’s mind in an adult body. Who said magic doesn’t exist anymore?

Mimesis: The Battered Mime and a Little Street Kid

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Target: The Spine-Tingling Story of a Cold-Blooded Hitman

Target: The Spine-Tingling Story of a Cold-Blooded Hitman

Target is a suspenseful new short film by the gifted young French director Kendy Ty, an action-thriller that keeps the viewer sitting on edge, guessing right up until the very end. The film begins with brief flash-forward, flash-back sequences that introduce the situation, then focuses on the gripping fast-paced action in a setting of pure presence. Target tells the spine-tingling story of a cold-blooded hitman who sets out to enforce a contract; however, nothing happens in the way that the killer actually had planned.

Target: The Spine-Tingling Story of a Cold-Blooded Hitman

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