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If you like the early New Wave aesthetic & sly humor, then check out '06 short L'Attente

L'Attente is a short film directed by Pittsburgh based filmmaker & blogger Lucas McNelly. I am a sucker for the faux-ealy French New Wave look & sound (b&w cinematography, jump cuts, interesting/"bad" audio), and for humor (also anything that has to do with coffee - the first film I made was a short called Fresh Coffee), so I liked L'Attente a lot. It is in French but you can understand the film even if you do not know that language 'cause it is mainly a silent movie/the main action/story does not seem to have much to do with the little dialogue in the movie. Check it out.

- Sujewa

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lucas mcnelly said…
I'm glad you liked it.

the link is actually
here.


but, yeah, you're right. the dialogue is totally meaningless. i have only a vague idea of what they're saying. i think it's something about one of my other films (probably making fun of it)

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