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SpeakUP: Part III – Oh MAN

3/5
A documentary that explores the pressures of masculinity.

Synopsis

We are living in a world of constant fighting especially with Gender. So many times, we have dictated how to live through stereotypes and has become very desolate, difficult and dark.

In this film, we tackle and face head on the myth and struggles men naturally go through on a daily basis through the culture and reminding everyone of the importance of working on healthy equality for everyone.

Review

L.E.A.H’s short documentary film is a powerful and compelling exploration of the challenges young men face today. The film tackles a wide range of topics relevant to young men, but ultimately its message is about the importance of being true to oneself, regardless of societal expectations regarding masculinity.

The film is deeply moving, featuring candid discussions with men in their 20s who delve into their personal struggles and experiences with vulnerability and authenticity. The filmmaker does a phenomenal job of letting the men share their stories openly and honestly, without judgement or shame, and the result is a poignant and thought-provoking look at what it means to be a man in today’s world.

Despite its low-budget technical execution, the film is skillfully edited and thoughtfully crafted, featuring a compelling narrative arc that will hold viewers’ attention from start to finish. Ultimately, the documentary is a tribute to the power of vulnerability and authenticity in the context of modern masculinity. Any young men struggling to find their place in the world will surely find this film insightful, inspiring, and deeply relatable. Highly recommended.

Cast/Crew

Director(s): L.E.A.H
Cast: Callum Jaye, Jordon Blake, Marvin McGee, Ryan Curran, Vincent McBean
Producer(s): Ryan Curran
Director of Photography: Jordon Blake
Animation (if applicable):

Specifications

Genre:
Country:
Language: English
Year: 2022
Runtime: 35 min

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Synopsis

We are living in a world of constant fighting especially with Gender. So many times, we have dictated how to live through stereotypes and has become very desolate, difficult and dark.

In this film, we tackle and face head on the myth and struggles men naturally go through on a daily basis through the culture and reminding everyone of the importance of working on healthy equality for everyone.

Cast/Crew

Director(s): L.E.A.H
Cast: Callum Jaye, Jordon Blake, Marvin McGee, Ryan Curran, Vincent McBean
Producer(s): Ryan Curran
Director of Photography: Jordon Blake
Animation:

Specifcations

Genre:
Country:
Language: English
Year: 2022
Runtime: 35 min

Recommended

SpeakUP: Part III – Oh MAN

3/5

A documentary that explores the pressures of masculinity.

SpeakUP Documentary
L.E.A.H’s short documentary film is a powerful and compelling exploration of the challenges young men face today. The film tackles a wide range of topics relevant to young men, but ultimately its message is about the importance of being true to oneself, regardless of societal expectations regarding masculinity.

The film is deeply moving, featuring candid discussions with men in their 20s who delve into their personal struggles and experiences with vulnerability and authenticity. The filmmaker does a phenomenal job of letting the men share their stories openly and honestly, without judgement or shame, and the result is a poignant and thought-provoking look at what it means to be a man in today’s world.

Despite its low-budget technical execution, the film is skillfully edited and thoughtfully crafted, featuring a compelling narrative arc that will hold viewers’ attention from start to finish. Ultimately, the documentary is a tribute to the power of vulnerability and authenticity in the context of modern masculinity. Any young men struggling to find their place in the world will surely find this film insightful, inspiring, and deeply relatable. Highly recommended.

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