Porcelain Unicorn (short film) breaks your heart

18 May


Writer/director Keegan Wilcox wins the hearts and appreciation of audiences with his three minute short film about a young Hitler youth faced with a life and death decision when he finds a young Jewish girl hiding inside the walls of an abandoned house. The subject material has been explored on many levels, but Wilcox finds a way to explore the options and introduce a long-lasting gift of kindness that can shape a young person’s life. Porcelain Unicorn is unique because the script was limited to six lines as required by the Philips Parallel Lines ‘Tell It Your Way’ international competition in 2010. Even though, there were restrictions, the film tells a complete story that has an impact across generations.


Chuck’s Grade: A

Adam’s Grade: N/A

One Response to “Porcelain Unicorn (short film) breaks your heart”

  1. chandlerswainreviews May 19, 2013 at 5:24 am #

    Beautifully done film. Thanks for the recommendation.

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