The Kármán Line – Review

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One of the most original short films I’ve seen in a long time. The Kármán Line takes a vivid image of a floating woman and creates a powerful story that explores loss, vulnerability and grief all in the space of twenty –five minutes. Olivia Colman is simply superb as a mother who is plagued by an illness that makes her levitate upwards, over the course of two weeks, into orbit. Director Oscar Sharp’s willingness to take a sensitive subject and turn it on its head has created a poignant and memorable piece of film.

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The Muse – Review

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The Muse is a deeply mesmeric venture into film for fashion photographer Tim, as he seamlessly blends the concept of the muse and the mythology of mermaids with a little help from the intriguing Ben Whishaw along the way.

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