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by Graham Page

A man shares his distorted view of the world as he returns home from work.


9 Comments for “Atroxiter”

  • Josh Randall says:

    The loop is invisible!

  • Jane Collard says:

    Surprised this was chosen as it doesn’t stand out.

    For me, it would have worked better if there was comedic value or a murderous intent..

  • ron wright says:

    This is embarrassing – for the judges who picked it. A poorly shot take of some bloke on an escalator, a drab and pointless voice over tacked on later to fit the pictures. If this is one of the best, how bad were the ones that didn’t make it ??? The only reason the loop is in it was because the escalator wasn’t long enough to last 90 seconds !

  • Harriet Barker says:

    I saw this film at Soho Rushes festival. I like it.

  • Geoff Hall says:

    Vacuous! Why? Who cares? The egocentric film-maker must die!! Well, metaphorically speaking of course!

  • fernando del alcazar says:

    I like it. Don´t think it´s easy to say anything at all in 90 seconds, probably easier to make a flashy clip. Think in Bukowski after watching it.

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  • Marco says:

    Bad, bad, bad.. The level of this competition goes down every year

  • mark says:


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