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Under The Radar – A Personal Diary

An intimate tale of loneliness with an experimental quality.


With its intimate tone and ambiguous narrative, Reuven Mark Mozes’ experimental film is truly a work of art. The one-man production, starring Mozes himself, explores the themes of loneliness and longing for joy and fulfilment. Through his portrayal of an isolated bassoonist who struggles to connect with those around him, Mozes draws the viewer in and captures their attention with his powerful performance.

Partially filmed in black and white with low-budget production quality, the short has a raw and edgier feel that might not be for everyone. But for those who enjoy sombre and introspective films, this is definitely a must-watch. The film’s charm lies in its intimacy and relatable themes, as well as its ability to convey complex emotions through subtle and nuanced performances.

Overall, Mozes’ experimental tale is a remarkable achievement. It’s a short film that leaves a lasting impression and showcases the filmmaker’s deep understanding of human emotions and the complexities of human relationships. Mozes’ deserves praise for his courageous and powerful portrayal of a theme that is as old as humanity itself. So if you’re looking for a thought-provoking and powerful cinematic experience, this film is definitely worth a watch.

Under the Radar Experimental Video Diary


Runtime: 33 min

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