Matthew Kiskis

1999, 10:00 minutes, B&W


This is the story of Andrew, (Shawn Haselton) a university student who has difficulty fitting in socially. He encounters a mysterious person (André Serin) who Andrew begins to spend more time with and listen to, which leads to horrifying results.
While the objectives of the director were mainly focussing on camerawork and cinematography, "
Andrew" examines the struggle of a student who fights off violent suggestions and ideas coming from an ambiguous figure (André Serin). Andrew eventually befriends this figure, who convinces Andrew to deal with his problems by taking his anger and frustration out on his fellow students.
This video was made one month before the Denver high school killings, and bares an eerie resemblance to the real life incident. The video was inspired by similar incidents from the past.

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