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Fantasia 2020

[Fantasia] ‘You Wouldn’t Understand’ Review: An Absurdly Fun Sci-fi Short

Clever dialogue and wonderfully creepy acting illuminate this wacky short full of surprises. 

Trish Harnetiaux’s You Wouldn’t Understand is  a short sci-film film featured at the 2020 Fantasia Film Festival. A man is enjoying some solitude in an idyllic countryside when a stranger approaches. Clever dialogue and wonderfully creepy acting illuminate this wacky short full of surprises. 

Jacob Ware and Anthony Arkin create great tension and suspense in the film. The portrayal of the characters is so odd and delightful, that a very eerie pall is cast over the film. Ware’s and Arkin’s  ultra formal manners and strange hand gestures are fascinating and lure the audience into this seeming picturesque world. 

Clever dialogue and wonderfully creepy acting illuminate this wacky short full of surprises. 

Written by Jacob Ware and Trish Harnetiaux, the dialogue is simple and subtle, and creates a folklore type feel to the storytelling. You Wouldn’t Understand also features some interesting effects that will amuse audiences. 

You Wouldn’t Understand is a thoroughly enjoyable film. It’s clever storytelling and talented actors will keep audiences guessing as to what will happen next. 

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