Eres Cada Solitario Instante (You Are Each Solitary Moment)

This short film about a young man who committed murder (and then simply walked away) leaves my mind blown. Done with little dialogue but with quite some build-up, this film just amazes me with its simplicity and impact.

Here’s the director’s given snippet about the film:

Inspired in (sic) the poem “You are not the others” (The iron coin, 1976) by Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges, this film tells the story of a young man that kills in cold blood a person who has entered into his house, and then escapes from the crime scene.

(Want to see another short film that features, once again, a coldblooded murderer? Check out La Culpa.)

Director’s website

Eres Cada Solitario Instante (You are each solitary moment) 2012) from Nicolás Iaconis on Vimeo.

Directed by Nicolás Iaconis IV

Eres Cada Solitario Instante is an Argentinian short film about a man who is constantly fleeing from a murder scene. With English subtitles.


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