I found this mesmerizing.  The narrative so effectively unfolds on a computer desktop because we understand the nuances of today’s modern digital age. Certain parts hit eerily close to home, almost in an uncomfortable, you can only laugh at it, kind of way. It’s 17 minutes long, but is mindful of it’s ADD audience with fast cuts and frenetic pace. Watch please. 

fastcompany:

If You Haven’t Yet, You Need To See This 17-Minute Film Set Entirely On A Teen’s Computer Screen

Noah, a short film that debuted at the Toronto International FIlm Festival, illustrates the flitting attention span and lack of true connection in digital culture more clearly than anything else in recent memory. (Warning: NSFW)

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