Monday, 9 September 2013


Doodlebug is a short psychological thriller written and directed by Christopher Nolan.

The film has a very simple story, but it is very effective. The production design is very immersive, drawing the audience into a very surreal world. It lacks a traditional narrative, but the story raises questions and is entertaining and peculiar.

The lack of a traditional structure is something I want to take note of, especially since this short lacks dialogue and manages to create meaning purely through visuals. Although my short will feature dialogue, I can learn a lesson from this successful short film.

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