‘Noah’, a Short Film I Think You Will Love

The following short film first started making the rounds online last year when it played at the Toronto International Film Festival, but I only saw it tonight thanks to a tweet from Darren Aronofsky, which I guess is ironically fitting since it’s titled Noah, but this one doesn’t have much to do with two of each species, a giant ark or flood, but it does have to do with a teen named Noah and a lot to do with today’s social media-addicted way of life.

Directed by Patrick Cederberg and Walter Woodman, the film centers on Noah (Sam Kantor) and picks up with him logging onto his computer, watching a little online porn, chatting with friends and a Skype back-and-forth with his girlfriend Amy (Caitlin McConkey-Pirie), which is when things begin to take a turn for the worse.

Yes, it’s just over 17 minutes long, but trust me, it’s worth it, and if you have a Chromecast, beam it directly to your TV and enjoy.

Oh, and it does have some nudity so it’s not safe for the workplace.


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