Benjamin's Brother 'Room 505' by Too Short For Modeling

 Benjamin's Brother 'Room 505' by Too Short For Modeling
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Following up their video for Story About A Broken Heart, Israeli directing duo Too Short For Modeling - that's Noam Sharon and Tal Rosenthal - have created a rather wonderful piece about a dancer in a room, and her reflection.

Or is it? Well, its pretty clear from early on that we are in fact watching two identical dancers. But the mirror image - both the impression of one, and also an actual one – is cleverly maintained throughout. That complex choreography - by the camerawork and the edit, as well as by the dancers - makes this a riveting watch.  

 

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Director
Too Short For Modeling
Producer
Blackboard Studios
Production Company
Blackboard Studios
Director of Photography
Eyal Bau Cohen
Art Director
Hila Nachmani
Performance and choreography
Chen Sheilat, Emunatya Shilat
Rehearsal director
Michal ben lior, Neta Shpigelman

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