Shorts Program: Blind Spot

Chirstmas is coming, and I’m feeling a bit post-apocalyptic. This reminded me of one of the best short films screened at this years edition of Toronto After Dark. Matthew Nayman’s Blindspot combines urban destruction and bad customer service to quite hilarious results. The magic of this short is the way in which things are slowly revealed within the frame. It’s a winner.

Kurt Halfyard
Resident culture snob.

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  1. The funniest thing (or maybe not so funny) is I can totally imagine all that stuff going down and LA drivers not noticing it at all. Although, he’d have to be hands-free in LA. We have laws about it now.

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