Friday, July 29, 2011

Saying much (when words are limited)

Found this on Google+ (via Tabitha O'Melay).  The "Tell It Your Way" film contest (sponsored by Philips) required filmmakers to produce a movie with only six lines of dialogue: “What is that?,” “It’s a unicorn,” “Never seen one up close before,” “Beautiful,” “Get away, get away,” and “I’m sorry.”
Director Ridley Scott chose the winning entry, by Keegan Wilcox. Are you as dumb-struck by it as I was?

4 comments:

harv681 said...

Wonderful! Drama, intrigue, suspense, bravery, poignancy, and forgiveness; all in three minutes and six lines!

Gypsy said...

Wow! Praise God, Art is alive and well.

nancy (aka moneycoach) said...

incredible. goosebumps!

Anonymous said...

Shades of Anne Frank. If history could only be re visited comme ca.