At The End Of The Cul-de-Sac (2017) is Tense And Awkward Short Film Shot in One Take By Drone
In one continuous shot, a man has a public meltdown in the middle of a residential cul-de-sac. The neighbors gather together and watch, debating how best to deal with unstable man. What unfolds is a constantly shifting scenario in which community’s cultish public shaming is taken to extreme heights. It is a comment on the overly repressive rules in some of the communities. People more willing to punish someone for breaking them then to help.
This Nine-Minute Short Film Was Shot in a Single Take Using Just One Camera Drone. Written, produced, and directed by Paul Trillo, “At the End of the Cul-de-Sac” is a stunning achievement with its precision of execution and smoothness.
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