For the Abstract Edit, two of my colleagues (Nick and Matthew) and I, had to shoot footage of things around us with no story in mind. We then had to put them all together in no particular order, giving it the most random treatment possible.
Last month, a couple of friends and I started working on a project to make a 1 minute short on Domestic Violence. But before we got to making the video, we had to pitch the idea to our professors using a HTML page with all the details. It was the first time I had ever done something like that.
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“Father arrested for threatening to slap his son”, the news reporter read out the headline.
He laughed hearing that.
“I would have been sentenced to life imprisonment if I was in his place”, he smiled turning to his son.
“Naah. They would have freaking hanged you just for the number of times you slapped me”, his son replied back chuckling.
“You turned out alright didn’t you?”
“All thanks to those slaps.”
They both laughed as their wine glasses clinked together. After all, it was his son’s 21st birthday.
All the little girl wanted for her birthday was Toothless.
All she needed to do, was close her eyes, and give in to her imagination.
“When do you plan to stop and finally settle down?”, the neighbour asked.
“When there isn’t any place for another pin on that map.”
“The scar hadn’t burnt for 19 years.
All was well.”
Relieved, she turned to the first page and started reading the book for the first time.
She was awake. I could figure it out from the way she was breathing. I could feel her eyes on me. Her fingers slowly ran through my hair. “You are getting fat again”, she said with a little cheekiness in her voice. I opened my eyes and looked at her next to me on the bed. Her eyes squinted and she said, smiling “There’s no way you could have fallen asleep after that!”
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