Think Twice

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Think Twice

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7:40 min

Rating: (2,9)


In the world of only land and sky three Identical Friends sing, roll and play together. Their happiness is brought to a halt by the appearance of a single white chair. Two of the Friends slide happily on it but a third Friend has something else in his mind.

Director's statement

The latest technological development has left humanity in an almost unbelievable time of high-speed communication and progress. However in terms of humanity I believe we have gone backwards. People all over the world still fight for “the chair”, which philosophically represents greed, power, superiority and control.
Think Twice deals with exactly this human weakness and tries to address it accordingly. In this story friendship wins over power and greed and I truly believe a story like this should be able to help many people from all corners of the world to see and feel better our own humanity.

Director's short bio

Naser Shillova was born in 1967 in a small town near Prishtina, The Republic of Kosovo. He migrated to UK in 1989 and has been living in UK ever since. Naser has attended many prestigious filmmaking institutions, such as The Moving Image Society, The Panico Studios (London Film School) and Brighton Film School to receive training in many areas of film production, including screenwriting, cinematography and film directing. Naser has contributed in many short films, music videos and adverts and continues to develop his artistic and technical skills in filmmaking.

Film Participations Awards

AnimaSao International Film Festival
Entretodos Festival of Short Films and Human Rights
Albanian Film Week
Davis International Film Festival
Colortape International Film Festival
Animax International Film Festival
Tirana International Film Festival
Locomocion International Film Festival
Union City International Film Festival
Rye International Film Festival

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Technical Specs

Color: Color
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Sound Format: Stereo


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