New Short Film—Finished!



Good early afternoon everybody! 

Rebounding from the success of my short film Cut, I have just finished a recent project. It’s another short film entitled, Osiris. A short film that covers a lifetime of experience, and how a man’s memory slips into what seems like the abyss of non-existence. And I think that we have all experienced that at one point or another in our lives. 

We are hurt by someone, or someone has hurt us, and instead of dealing with the issue, we drown ourselves with certain medication [because evidently we have become depressed], and we look for other ways to make our problems disappear. I think that there are more healthy ways to deal with heartbreak and disappointment than shoving pills down our throats, and looking for satisfaction in places that are only more damaging in the long run. 

I am not confident that I can speak for everyone, but I think that it would do us good if we dealt with our problems in a more healthy, and thoughtful way. When we are hurt by something, we need to deal with those problems, and face them. Running away from sadness and anger is being passive against ourselves, and only creates more paranoia, and puts up a wall that blocks potential relationships from occurring. 

And that’s what this story is about. A man is puzzled when he sees his wife with another man, and cannot understand how his wife could have moved on so quickly, seemingly forgetting about all the memories that they had shared together for all those years. It just shows the natural selfishness that humans have. However, I don’t believe that to be a completely negative thing. We need selfishness is some respects in order to survive, and to advance as a part of this vast globe that we dwell on. 

We damage more people than we know when we choose to forget or pretend that something hasn’t happened when someone is/was involved. No matter how hard we try, a memory is a memory, and nothing can change that. If someone hurts us, we are able to forgive them [possibly], but we are never able to forget, and I think that is somewhat of a good thing. Why would you want to forget an experience? It’s because of that experience that you [hopefully] do not step into the same situation in the future. 

I hear people all the time complaining that someone hurt them, and that they wish they could just forget all about them and the situation that happened. These are the people that are impulsive and have not thought about what that would actually mean. If they didn’t experience it, then they experience that tragedy in the future. Every experience happens regardless if we want it to or not, and we need to learn to face each situation accordingly. 

This story is about a man’s memory being completed stuffed in the subconscious of his wife after he passes away, and instead of coping with her loss, she decides to find someone else to “replace” her dead husband. But that’s the question, isn’t it? Can you actually fully and truly replace someone that you once loved for someone that is “coming off the bench” to take the spot of the most pivotal person in your life? I think that would be a clear and resonating, NO!!! 

Osiris will be a film that I recommend everyone watch, and learn from. It just might put things in perspective for you and your relationship(s) in the future. 



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