Year Released: 2012
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Running Time: 2 minutes
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Some filmmakers pour their heart and soul into their work, but Lara Salmon and Kevin Walker went one step further and poured in their blood.
Salmon and Walker each filled a cup with their blood, took a paintbrush and painted their blood across more than 80 feet of film. The result is two minutes of abstract figures, letters and whimsical shapes (including a DNA double-helix) created from blood. The sound of a beating heart fills the soundtrack as a rush of blood-soaked images twirl across the screen.
Running a compact two minutes, this original experimental short is a bloody imaginative work.
Posted on July 29, 2012 in Reviews by Phil Hall
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