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Sweet Nothings

The woes of online dating set in the year 2027.
5/5

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‘Sweet Nothings’ is a remarkable sci-fi short film that plunges viewers into a thought-provoking and satirical glimpse of what the future holds for online dating. Directed by Christian Klein, this gem takes us on a wild ride through the year 2027, where social awkwardness meets the merciless grip of corporate marketing.

Zack Kozlow’s portrayal of Max, the socially awkward protagonist, is nothing short of brilliant. His endearing performance captures the essence of a young man navigating the treacherous waters of dating app distortion. As Max’s journey unfolds, we witness the insidious impact of supreme corporate marketing, which cleverly mirrors our own reality.

With a distinct ‘Black Mirror’ feel, this film effortlessly draws in and maintains the viewer’s engagement. Klein’s astute exploration of technological advancements and their consequences paints a disconcerting picture of a society becoming increasingly disconnected. As we laugh at the humorous moments, we cannot help but reflect on the potential dangers lurking behind our screens.

One cannot overlook the contribution of Mae Bartek and Jordee Kopanski, who round out the cast with their compelling performances. Victor Ingles’ cinematography truly shines, enhanced by stellar visual effects. The neatly crafted visuals transport us into a world that feels simultaneously familiar and unsettling.

In just a short span of time, the comedy manages to entertain, provoke thought, and leave a lasting impression. With its clever storytelling, remarkable performances, and captivating visuals, this charming film reminds us to tread carefully in our ever-evolving digital landscape.

Brief Synopsis

A young man of the near future wistfully searches for love on a dating app, only to find that it has been corrupted by a seductive new marketing system.
Sweet Nothings Short Film

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Credits

Director(s): Christian Klein
Writer(s): Christian Klein
Cast: Jordee Kopanski, Mae Bartek, Zack Kozlow
Producer(s): Christian Klein
Director of Photography: Victor Ingles
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Runtime: 10 min

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Sweet Nothings

The woes of online dating set in the year 2027.
5/5

Review

‘Sweet Nothings’ is a remarkable sci-fi short film that plunges viewers into a thought-provoking and satirical glimpse of what the future holds for online dating. Directed by Christian Klein, this gem takes us on a wild ride through the year 2027, where social awkwardness meets the merciless grip of corporate marketing.

Zack Kozlow’s portrayal of Max, the socially awkward protagonist, is nothing short of brilliant. His endearing performance captures the essence of a young man navigating the treacherous waters of dating app distortion. As Max’s journey unfolds, we witness the insidious impact of supreme corporate marketing, which cleverly mirrors our own reality.

With a distinct ‘Black Mirror’ feel, this film effortlessly draws in and maintains the viewer’s engagement. Klein’s astute exploration of technological advancements and their consequences paints a disconcerting picture of a society becoming increasingly disconnected. As we laugh at the humorous moments, we cannot help but reflect on the potential dangers lurking behind our screens.

One cannot overlook the contribution of Mae Bartek and Jordee Kopanski, who round out the cast with their compelling performances. Victor Ingles’ cinematography truly shines, enhanced by stellar visual effects. The neatly crafted visuals transport us into a world that feels simultaneously familiar and unsettling.

In just a short span of time, the comedy manages to entertain, provoke thought, and leave a lasting impression. With its clever storytelling, remarkable performances, and captivating visuals, this charming film reminds us to tread carefully in our ever-evolving digital landscape.

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Brief Synopsis

A young man of the near future wistfully searches for love on a dating app, only to find that it has been corrupted by a seductive new marketing system.
Sweet Nothings Short Film

Credits

Director(s): Christian Klein
Writer(s): Christian Klein
Cast: Jordee Kopanski, Mae Bartek, Zack Kozlow
Producer(s): Christian Klein
Director of Photography: Victor Ingles
Animation:

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Runtime: 10 min
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