Six Dollar Fifty Man

The Six Dollar Fifty Man from NZ Shorts on Vimeo. Currated by Andrew S. Allen for Short of the Week. Time again, I’ve found myself impressed with Australia and New Zealand filmmakers. In addition to the production value, performance and cinematography, the story lines are endearing and provoke the viewer to connect with the characters. In Six Dollar Fifty Man, you experience the world as Andy see’s it, we connect and react openly without judgment or expectation. It is a raw form of character development that I’ve seen in other Australian and New Zealand films, Ben Briand’s ApricotJustin Kurzel’s Snow Town Murders, and Spencer Susser’s I Love Sarah Jane.


2 thoughts on “Six Dollar Fifty Man

  1. Greetings! This is my 1st comment here so I just wanted to give a quick
    shout out and say I truly enjoy reading through your posts.
    Can you recommend any other blogs/websites/forums that
    go over the same subjects? Thanks for your time!

    • ALXDXN says:

      I’m thrilled you enjoy my blog. I wish I was more diligent in my posting, I don’t get comments often. Most of the art is from a blog The short films I found on Short of the Week, I love the content they post it’s much more selective than Vimeo. I love art so I follow a lot of galleries online, mostly in San Francisco but I just moved to Los Angeles so I need to find some new outlets. I’m not very blog savvy but let me know if you find some other blogs you like, I’d love to check them out.

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