Film Musings

Sad Man On A Beach

Please watch my new short film where, a la B. S. Johnson, I openly discuss the way I see the world. Not comedy.

4 comments on “Sad Man On A Beach

  1. I’m not sure why I watched this, I think I was hoping it would be amusingly pretentious. But actually I enjoyed it in an entirely non-vindictive way, and the first part (about the narratives we create for life) is something that I have really tried to express before but have always somehow failed.


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  3. I’m not sure if you’ve studied much Buddhist philosophy…it sounds like you have. Decay, impermanence, want and desire. I can’t say I ‘enjoyed’ this. But I did watch it all. And my attention span isn’t what it used to be.


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