Directed by Nathan Fielder
i added this masterpiece to TMDB. you’re welcome
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Watermelon may very well be one of the most peculiar fruits. At its ripest, it is without a doubt one of the sweetest foods that anyone will ever have the pleasure of tasting, yet at the same time, you can tell whilst eating it that it is mostly made up of water. Another peculiar thing about the watermelon is people’s craving to eat it in slices as thin as possible. Usually, it is desirable to consume delicious foods in as large quantities as one can, eating until you eventually feel sick, yet when it comes to possibly the only delicious food that does not have a large impact on your wellbeing when you eat it in large quantities;…
It's pretty thin
I can't believe Letterboxd has this.
Pushes the boundaries of experimental cinema, but leaves us longing for more... Or less... Can it be thinner? The question will haunt my very existence.
i am speechless. the cinematography is totally unparalleled to anything i’ve ever seen before. the plot left you longing for more, but no so much you’re left completely unsatisfied with the ending. the characterization is astounding i’ve truly never seen anything like. lighting and audio effects were magnificent. furthered the story and was never too distracting. the watermelon represents the mortality of man, how no matter what we do, we will never escape the confrontation we must face with the fact we will one day be forced to face our end. this film gave me everything i wanted, nay, NEEDED in my life. absolutely awe-inspiring.
I really thought it was a thick watermelon until he turned to reveal that it was, in fact, a thin watermelon. Just goes to show how far movie magic can shape our perceptions of reality.
better than any tarant*no film