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A gripping tale of solitude and despair in a post-apocalyptic world.
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Adam Marley‘s debut short film is a gripping foray into the dystopian genre, delivering a haunting narrative set in a desolate, post-apocalyptic world. Luke Seddon’s performance as the sole character is nothing short of captivating, effectively conveying the desperation of a man searching for any semblance of life or hope in a barren landscape. What makes this cinematic endeavor truly remarkable is Marley’s solo craftsmanship, both behind the camera and in post-production.

Clocking in at just 20 minutes, the film’s lack of character dialogue is a bold choice that pays off, intensifying the eerie atmosphere that permeates every frame. The absence of verbal communication heightens the viewer’s engagement, relying on Seddon’s expressive portrayal to carry the emotional weight of the narrative. Marley’s attention to detail and commitment to a high-quality finish shine through, resulting in a film that boasts cinematic style despite its independent origins.

The climax of the narrative is a tour de force, delivering a startling and poignant exploration of a man’s descent into hopelessness amid a dying world. Marley’s ability to evoke such profound emotions within a concise runtime is a testament to his storytelling prowess. In this short film, he not only showcases his directorial talent but also establishes himself as a promising voice in the realm of dystopian storytelling.

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A lone man searches for other survivors in a desolate world.
OMEGA Short Thriller Film

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Director(s): Adam Marley
Writer(s): Adam Marley
Cast: Luke Seddon
Producer(s): Adam Marley, Luke Seddon
Director of Photography: Adam Marley
Animation (if applicable):

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Runtime: 20 min

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OMEGA

A gripping tale of solitude and despair in a post-apocalyptic world.
5/5

Review

Adam Marley‘s debut short film is a gripping foray into the dystopian genre, delivering a haunting narrative set in a desolate, post-apocalyptic world. Luke Seddon’s performance as the sole character is nothing short of captivating, effectively conveying the desperation of a man searching for any semblance of life or hope in a barren landscape. What makes this cinematic endeavor truly remarkable is Marley’s solo craftsmanship, both behind the camera and in post-production.

Clocking in at just 20 minutes, the film’s lack of character dialogue is a bold choice that pays off, intensifying the eerie atmosphere that permeates every frame. The absence of verbal communication heightens the viewer’s engagement, relying on Seddon’s expressive portrayal to carry the emotional weight of the narrative. Marley’s attention to detail and commitment to a high-quality finish shine through, resulting in a film that boasts cinematic style despite its independent origins.

The climax of the narrative is a tour de force, delivering a startling and poignant exploration of a man’s descent into hopelessness amid a dying world. Marley’s ability to evoke such profound emotions within a concise runtime is a testament to his storytelling prowess. In this short film, he not only showcases his directorial talent but also establishes himself as a promising voice in the realm of dystopian storytelling.

Spotlight

Read more about .

Brief Synopsis

A lone man searches for other survivors in a desolate world.
OMEGA Short Thriller Film

Credits

Director(s): Adam Marley
Writer(s): Adam Marley
Cast: Luke Seddon
Producer(s): Adam Marley, Luke Seddon
Director of Photography: Adam Marley
Animation:

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Genre: ,
Country:
Language:
Year:
Runtime: 20 min
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