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To put it simply "Give Me Beauty" is as the name suggests beautiful in ever sense of the word. Darren, played by Ian Randolph in an award winning performance, comes to Tokyo to attend his best friend's funeral. However, on the morning of he instead awakens to find that he has been mysteriously drugged. After attaining some much needed help from a local woman, played by the beautiful and talented Tomoko Hayakawa, he attempts to piece things back together. This story is a beautiful example that proves that sometimes when it comes to dialogue less is more.
The true beauty of this film is shown in the artistry of its cinematography. Like a painter using each part of his canvas, director Steven LeFever takes us on an artistic journey with each frame a beautiful creation and cinematic experience from begining to end. The narrative is both simplistic and beautiful complex, with each actors performance strengthened by the lack of over saturated dialogue. The directors courageous decisions are fully complemented by the skills of his cast and crew, including cinematographer Taylor Harris. It is artistic and passionate films like this that The Dreamachine International Film Festival is proud to showcase.
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