Film in five seconds book
Film in Five Seconds by Matteo Civaschi and Gianmarco Milesi - page 4
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By Emma Thomas. Have you seen every classic film ever made? Do you know your Grease from your Godfather? A new book challenges film fans to name iconic movies just by deciphering cartoons. Film in Five Seconds fast forwards through the plots of mainstream films and includes graphics depicting classic, and sometimes complicated, storylines with just a few images.
This is SO much fun. A book. A game. A brilliant gift. I read it with my friend on the subway and people were looking over our shoulders. The movies are amazing.
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In their witty book Film in Five Seconds , now out in paperback, Italian ad men Matteo Civaschi and Gianmarco Milesi get brutally efficient with the plot lines of classic movies. Dispensing with such niceties as dialogue, setting and subplots, the duo cut Titanic down to four crisply silhouetted icons. They render The Departed as five rats leading to five tombstones. For Civaschi and Miles, who run Milan-based H 57 Creative Station , motion picture pictograms express one variation in their ongoing practice of so-called Shortology. Partially inspired by their need to compress stories into second, second and five-second TV commercials, Civaschi and Miles earlier produced video micro-biographies of Hitler, Jesus Christ, and Michael Jackson. In a joint email, Civaschi and Milesi explained their fondness for elegant brevity.
Enjoy all your favourite films in an instant, told through hilarious infographics. In today's jet-fuelled, caffeine-charged, celebrity-a-minute world, who actually has the time to watch a film from start to finish? Let's face it, life's too short. Now, Film in Five Seconds lets you fast-forward to the best bits so you can enjoy all your favourite movie moments in - literally - moments. Design studio H have taken over iconic films and cut away all the useless details, boiling them down into ingenious pictograms and creating hilarious visual snapshots that are witty, provocative and to the point.