Neighbour

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March 13, 2007 by Jeremy Williams

I came across this the other day, a short film that’s essentially a joke. It’s rather irreverent to say so, but for some reason it reminded me of the desert fathers. Not sure why. Probably because it’s a rather sideways look at solitude.

If you wanted to show this for any reason, you can download it for £1.99 from Lovefilm.

Incidentally, ‘Neighbor’ is directed by Eric Lynne, and it’s pretty much exemplary of how to get started in directing – make a very simple, very cheap film that catches people’s attention, get it on the circuit, and job offers will follow. Lynne works for Partizan films.

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