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SLAP

Category:
Short
Format:
35mm
Running Time:
3 min 20 s
Year:
2006

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From

Uriel Emil

About this film

Winner of SP Film of the Month August 2013 (Judge of the month - the actress Kerry Fox) https://shootingpeople.org/filmofthemonth/pastwinners/2013

British Council's Selection 2007 (3min, 35mm).

A battered wife has a once in a lifetime chance to change her life when her husband suddenly chokes on his lunch.

Originally written as a poem (around 2001), I chose to adapt it for the screen in 2005 as my first attempt in directing a short film.

Cast

Wife

Husband
Simon Rhodes

Crew

Director/writer

Editor

Focus Puller
Tim Allan

Clapper Loader
Dylan Jones

Gaffer
Charlie Herranz

Sound Recordist

Prod. Coordinator
Stephanie Charmail

Make-up Artist
Leanne Taylor

Sound Designer / Composer
Mark Delany

Sound Designer / Foley Recordist
Bradley Kohn

Foley Recordist
Stephen Reid

Colourist
John Coulter

On-Line Editor
David Greathead

Producer

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Comments

  • Ronnie Mackintosh
    6 years ago
    Another excellent film from Uriel Emil. Well done.
  • christopher Stylianou
    6 years ago
    The makings of an important writer/ director. Brilliant.
  • INSTANT FILM
    6 years ago
    Fantastic short
  • Anton Califano
    6 years ago
    A clever script, which through the cinematic story-telling & editing makes the viewer do all the work in threading it together. A satisfying watch - nicely done!
  • Maria Ann Hylton MSc MA
    6 years ago
    Really enjoyed that. Congrats.
  • James Drew
    6 years ago
    This was a great, tight short film. Loved.
  • Jane Hamer
    6 years ago
    This is so thought provoking and superb that you can get violence across without needing to see it. I really wanted her to walk out that door, felt annoyed she didn't - but then that's good, because you've given the most realistic and truthful ending.

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