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    Patricia

    Majority of my friends call me Trish, I guess you could call me that too. I'm a transcriptions editor with a really messed up body clock and never ending affinity for films, food and written words. I like street art, sweets, neutrals and monochromes, sushi, window seats, golf carts and lazy weekends.

    Some of the things that completely preoccupy me are my fixation with the now defunct The Civil Wars and their beautiful art of sadness, Oh Sehun, sleeping, CSS and HTML, @iameden, and those damn hypnotizing Tasty videos. Top country in my travel bucketlist? Iceland. But the one that will always have my heart? Hong Kong.

    Skhizein by Jérémy Clapin

    After being struck by a meteorite, Henry wakes up and finds out he's now living 91 centimeters from himself. Yes, an odd situation he suddenly found himself in. Imagine going about your daily routine: answering the phone, peeing, looking out the window, etc. and you have to place yourself 91 centimeters away from where you would normally be. He tries his best to cope with this new life he had, with the short film opening with the scene Henry talking to his psychologist.


    '91 centimeters from himself' already got me intrigued to watch the film, and I was really curious as to how went about his life. It was such a unique and strange concept but in a way, there are circumstances where we will find ourselves in the same spot where Henry is--just not physically of course. I felt that the animation had a sadness to it but was very, very compelling.

    And my heart sank a little when I heard the line, "So, there was no actual damage after all, is that right?"


    After being struck by a meteorite, Henry wakes up and finds out he's now living 91 centimeters from himself. Yes, an odd situation he suddenly found himself in. Imagine going about your daily routine: answering the phone, peeing, looking out the window, etc. and you have to place yourself 91 centimeters away from where you would normally be. He tries his best to cope with this new life he had, with the short film opening with the scene Henry talking to his psychologist.


    '91 centimeters from himself' already got me intrigued to watch the film, and I was really curious as to how went about his life. It was such a unique and strange concept but in a way, there are circumstances where we will find ourselves in the same spot where Henry is--just not physically of course. I felt that the animation had a sadness to it but was very, very compelling.

    And my heart sank a little when I heard the line, "So, there was no actual damage after all, is that right?"


    . Wednesday, January 22, 2014 .

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