17 Minute Movie That Plays Out Entirely on a Teenager's Computer Screen


Mon, Sep 16th, 2013 11:00 by capnasty NEWS

On the Toronto International Film Festival (tiff) YouTube channel, this short movie that follows Noah. The unusual thing is that the entire movie takes place on his computer screen, a reflection of what we probably all do when safely in front of our own machines. Some images are NSFW.

These words are probably unfurling inside one of many open tabs on your computer screen. Perhaps one tab is for work, one is for chatting, and another is for Twitter. You probably even have some others open for no particular reason. This is the way we receive information and the way we communicate now: constantly, simultaneously, compulsively, endlessly, and more and more often, solitarily. This strange new mode of living--and its indelible effect on our humanity--is perfectly captured in a new short film that debuted this week at the Toronto International Film Festival.



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