Comedy/Drama | 13mins | English (UK) | 2012
“When Kanoute decides to move back to Norway his best friend Benny throws him a surprise party, a party just for two. It soon becomes apparent that Benny has a secret that he has to get off his chest before Kanoute leaves, but is it a secret Kanoute wants to hear?”
Written & Directed by: Fabio Youniss
Starring: Daniel Simonsen & Daniel Swan
A Stable for Disabled Horses actually feels like something my film group might make… and for that I love it. The humour is hit and miss. The performances aren’t always great. And yes, you see the cameraman’s reflection in the window. The lack of polish gives it a charm. It doesn’t push too hard and does the best with what it’s got. And when it comes down to it, the underlying story and plot development was satisfying.
Things I Liked: 1 - Low-budgetness 2 - General tone 3 - The realness Things I Didn't Like: 1 - Cameraman's reflection 2 - Hit/miss jokes/performances