When Five Fell by Wesley Chan of Wong Fu Productions
When Five Fell is a touching short film written and directed by Wesley Chan of Wong Fu Productions and it tells the tale of five inanimate objects that has fallen in and out of love with their owner, when she has fallen for someone else.
“When Five Fell” is a new take on the ideal boy-meets-girl love story. Although the short is told from a unique and unconventional perspective, the emotions described should be familiar to anyone that’s fallen in or out of a relationship.
We delight in the promise of falling for love.
We crumble in the dread of falling from love.
Everyone falls. Everything falls.
Director’s Notes and Commentary are can be read here for further details. “When Five Fell” is the prologue for A Musing’s End, and if the video above is not enough for you, check out the short below.
I have always been a fan of Wong Fu Productions‘s vision and their creative storytelling. I’m also a fan of the music composer, Songs For Cinema, so if you like them as much as I do, check out their sites and be amazed.