Watch: Gritty Post-Apocalyptic Short Film ‘Lorne’ Starring Guy Pearce
by Alex Billington
February 13, 2018
“I’ve got no quarrel with a man who’s not trying to kill me.” Now this is a need to see brief movie. Lorne is a brief directed by Australian filmmaker Jesse Leaman of Leaman Films based in Melbourne. Embed in some sort of inexplicable post-apocalyptic wasteland, star Guy Pearce plays Lorne, a tourist battling with the weight of seclusion, who is faced by a mystical complete stranger who assists him recognize his existential worries. This is a gritty, gripping brief about how tough it is to be alone, in more methods than one, and how it can in some cases assist to be peaceful and listen. The POV filmmaking in this is is insane cool, opening an entire other measurement for storytelling and speaking with the audience without completely breaking the barrier of the cinematic story (e.g. the 4th wall). It likewise assists that Pearce is so fascinating informing this tale. See listed below
Thanks to Film Shortage for the pointer on this movie. Main summary from Vimeo: “Lorne, a wasteland traveler dealing with the oppressing boundaries of isolation, is confronted by a mysterious stranger, who helps him realize his existential fears. ” Lorne is directed by Australian filmmaker Jesse Leaman, of Leaman Films – follow him @JesseLeaman. The movie script is composed by Taylor Adams, based upon a story by Jesse Leaman. This brief dipped into a variety of movie celebrations, and won Best Sound from the Australian Screen Sound Guild. Cinematographer Michael Wylam: “There is such an incredible moment where a great actor gives a performance in front of you and you are lucky enough to have front row tickets on the stage of the visual language you’ve helped create.” For more details on the movie, see here. For more shorts, click on this link. Thoughts?
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