Monday, March 12, 2012

Hath No Man

A citizen of Singapore, filmmaker Linus Koh presents a gripping struggle between faith and war in this Swinburne University of Technology final project.

An Australian World War II veteran walks into a church and as he sits down, he reminisces of his time in the war. Emanating from Crete, 1941, his memories take him through the vents of a German ambush that changed everything. Hath No Man tells a story of camaraderie, friendship and love between an Australian war cameraman and his battlefield comrade.

Beautifully shot in Australia on Arri Alexa, the Red Camera and 16mm, Hath No Man demonstrates why sophisticated cinephiles watch student films. Parental discretion advised for this preview: Hath No Man Trailer