Short Film Review: INFINITE (2016)

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Lowkey Films, created two years ago by three filmmakers shooting short films in their back garden, has produced Infinite, a 15-minute film written and directed by Connor O’Hara. Using a simple and interesting premise, O’Hara has filmed an unusual subject.  A group of five long-term friends gather together to make their memories and experiences of each other symbolic and memorable.

Cementing their friendship in the universe, if you like. Showing young men as vulnerable as well as capable of expressing affection is unfortunately rarely seen on screen. O’Hara has successfully done both, as well as integrating a conversation about the often avoided subject of death. Infinite managed to attract a great cast and crew, and the film reflects this.

Have a look at Lowkey Films site for more of Connor O’Hara’s films.

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