23 November 2007

Empty Heart
Nanyang Technological University, School of Art Design and Media
24 Films, 24 Film-makers, 24th November


CM says, 'Loo is enchanting on the big screen.'









And two of my favorite 'enchanting' mood shots:



Loo is an over-grown boy in the picture - how else does one explain the baby-fat and dispassionate scrutiny in his eyes?



Loo is a man who's witnessed the demise of his lover, not by the ill-arrangement of fate but the puzzling reality of impermanence. He is disconcerted, but he looks at the flashing images on the television set that brings him to their - his, her - favorite places, now merely geographical reminders of a common history. Is there such a thing as an accurate recollection?

He says, "I cannot remember anything about that night. At all." I laughed into the telephone receiver, "...Perhaps it was selective. You willed yourself to forget it."

The mood on the other end of the receiver, however, was still relatively somber.




D woke up at 11/23/2007 04:45:00 PM [comment]

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