Short Film Review: One-Minded (2014) by Sébastien Simon, Forest Ian Etsler

Short Film Review: One-Minded (2014) by Sébastien Simon, Forest Ian Etsler
“One-Minded” is the type of short which is not so much intriguing on palpable quality alone, but rather through a reasonably unique, thoughtful approach to its artistic direction. Centred around an omniscient, oscillating fan in a cramped Korean apartment which bares resemblance to one utilised in the third instalment of “Paranormal Activity”, Sébastien Simon and Forest Ian Etsler’s bitesize effort enjoyed a sizeable run on the festival circuit, gaining praise for their seamlessly coordinated romantic comedy crime drama.

Ambitiously, Simon and Etsler thread multiple narratives into their bitesize offering’s plot. Told almost entirely from the perspective of the swaying fan, the viewer bears witness to a mini-heist, allusions of shower sex born out of a club hookup, and the premature return of a house owner from a failed business trip. Yet, there is so much more to “One-Minded”, such as the subtle commentary on the bliss of youthful exuberance,
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