Our second Saturday Short installment is from a fan of our site, Sean McHenry, director and editor of Deep Blue Edit. Unlike my last post, “One Pill” is much more what you’d expect a short film to be; quiet, yet profound.  I believe Sean’s caption says it best:

“If One Pill could repair a broken memory…
No matter how tragic and painful…
Would you take it?”

Much more from Sean is available at his site Deep Blue Edit (look for the blue navigation box to the left.)  One brief tour was all it took, and I was completely ensnared.  If you like what you see, be sure to message him.  He’ll be glad to know his work is well appreciated.

Filmmakers: if you have a short you’d like to see featured in this space, please contact us using the contact form.

3 thoughts on “SATURDAY SHORT: “ONE PILL” 8/29”

  1. sean has been a broadcast engineer for about thirty years helping to create perfect images and sound. he gave up on working with television when shows like “judge judy” and “jerry springer” started to air.

    one thing i find interesting about him is that while technology was advancing, and everyone was looking for a sharper picture, he was looking backward for his own work. he shoots almost exclusively with an 8mm and 16mm for his own pieces, because he believes there is a little mystery contained in what is a little blurry or unclear. i have to agree.

  2. WOW! I was watching so intently and I did not expect that at all. I was so moved by this film that it brought me to tears. I LOVED IT! I wish there was more profound movies like this today, instead of all that Hollywood tripe! Nicely done! Bravo!

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