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Man on a Motorcycle

Post by Admin on Wed Sep 08, 2010 5:35 pm

http://www.bfi.org.uk/lff/node/1117

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This selection of short films highlights characters whose lives are at their lowest ebbs, as they try their hardest to escape. These heroes prove that what doesn't kill you makes you stronger.

Man on a Motorcycle

A day in the life of a London motorcycle courier, played by Michael Fassbender (Hunger, Fish Tank), who is at breaking point in his profession and his life.

Director John Maclean
Country UK
Running time 11min
Year 2009
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Post by Admin on Mon Nov 29, 2010 7:28 pm

From MFO:

Keleman and Winckler shot their tales of epic moments in minor lives using 35mm widescreen, but musician-turned-director John Maclean (formerly of the Beta Band) used the complete opposite strategy. Shot on a mobile phone, Man on a Motorcycle was more interested in quite erosion than epic moments as it depicted the hectic but mundane working life of a frustrated motorbike courier. Michael Fassbender plays the courier, struggling with traffic, clients and boredom as he travels around London. It’s a mark of Fassbender’s abilities that his character’s disappointment with life shines through the blurry black-and-white pixilation. The film is the first masterpiece of mobile-phone filmmaking.

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