100 Word Review: My Delusion tells a tale of love, woe and addiction

Title: My Delusion

Genre: Short Film

Director: Okuns Osanyade

Year: 2013


My Delusion says a lot in just 4 minutes. It tells a tale of love, woe and addiction. Without dialogue but rather making use of props probably too small for some to notice, the director passes a lot of information to the viewers (for example, what Charles did for a living and why he was sacked). Further impressive in the tale of love lost due to the delusional interpretation of marital vows is the acting and the scene transition and the musical score. These three features compensated for the writer’s seemingly frail grasp of what the perfect anti-climax should be.

Reviewed by Innocent Ekejiuba


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