A short comedy about the relationship between a bored man and a graffiti character designed on the wall of Thessaloniki city, Greece.
I enjoyed how the film uses different shot angles, close-ups, POV, and the use of stagnant shots where the subject walks through the frame. very nice use of camera angles. Interesting concept however not the most captivating but makes for a cute story. I like how you snuck a little Tim Burton in there and how some of the posters resembled the work of Shepard Fairy (Obey) a nice way of acknowledging street artist. I also think the girl was a little lacking and should of been more of a critic of the graffiti work rather than just an unimpressed bystander. Overall great work.
I love how this film played with varying textures (streets, sidewalks, walls etc), while giving the viewer an wonderful aesthetic of Thessaloniki City, Greece. I really enjoy street art, so this film pleased me and made me laugh. I felt like the girl could have done something else other than twirl her hair and pop bubblegum. But, it was a great ending. Funny, sweet, and creative!
Awesome film! Very clever.
I just wanted to congratulate you on becoming a finalist in the 2012 International Film Skillet contest! Good luck!
I liked it! Really liked it! Cool!
Very clever. Loved this film.