Two brothers (both played by Marco Cuomo) play a game of chess, which
seems innocent enough, but it soon becomes clear this is about more than
chess, as their collective memory soon brings up unpleasant things from
the past that also question the present ...
At under three
minutes, this film isn't exactly long - but very rich in approach, as it
refuses to tell its story (which is open to interpretation anyways) in a
straightforward way but via atmosphere, associative imagery, metaphors and
even abstractions. And all of this is captured in a very lush cinematic
language where style is substance and (macabre) beauty can be found where
A rather remarkable little film, actually.