When the Tar Leaks Red Short Film Review


Full review herehttps://www.ukfilmreview.co.uk/post/when-the-tar-leaks-red-short-film-review

Dominic Stewart’s When the Tar Leaks Red opens with a confession of guilt. A woman (Racquel Stewart) lies in bed, and her voice-over admits things to us. Her voice has a haunting quality to it which is matched by the darkness of the room she sleeps in. You know the narrative would shift to a horror territory when the camera shows Henry Fuseli’s painting, The Nightmare, hanging on the wall. As expected, the nightmare appears. What I was not expecting was the sudden shrink in the aspect ratio. It takes the form of an Academy ratio but narrower. The woman now literally looks trapped in a container.

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