Mom Died (2016)
I recently watched the short film Mom Died and was blown away by its powerful story and strong performances from the cast.
The film follows a family of six as they deal with the aftermath of a sibling's cruel act, which leads to a series of life-altering events.
One of the things I appreciated most about the film was its use of symbolism and imagery to convey the stages of grief.
The absence of the mother figure, and the diversification of the characters, perfectly captured the range of emotions one experiences when losing someone close.
The film also reminded me of Punch Drunk Love, with its unique camera and soundscape.
Overall, Mom Died is a beautifully crafted and emotionally charged film that deserves all the recognition it has received.
I highly recommend watching it, and supporting independent filmmakers like Robin, who put their heart and soul into their work.