|Genres||Drama Fantasy Romance Short|
|Writers||Michael Melson (writer)
|Cast||Simon Dixon David Duesterbeck Colton Lipfert Kenny Solberg Kathleen Johns Amanda Madden Marjorie Smith|
|Plot||Dafne represents a subconscious or unconscious state. It presents the viewer with sequences based on dreams so that it is not immediately obvious they are being subjected to a recreation of a dream state. Dreams seem have a sense of realism. The film mimics Golden Age Hollywood visual and editing style, as it is a commonly accepted representation of reality. The main theme is duality and identity. This is never overtly addressed and fringes the film. Often dreams are dismissed as meaningless. Dafne invites the viewer to get caught up in the dream not switching off and becoming dismissive. The movie's purpose is to mimic the sense of reality found in dreams and let the viewer analyze their film experience without the red tape of thinking that what they're viewing isn't important because it's dream based. The parallels between entering a theater and viewing a film and sleeping in a bed and dreaming are numerous. This film intersects those parallels.... search for Dafne on IMDb|
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