36 Questions: Short Film Review

The most interesting thing about this short film is that it is inspired by a real-life experiment. Twenty years ago, Dr. Arthur Aron, a social psychology researcher conducted a romantic social experiment. The result? He managed to make two strangers fall in love.  

Giancarlo Fiorentini and Jonathan Grimm have used Dr. Aron as premise and created a riveting short film, 36 Questions. The sheer brilliance of the film is in the fact that it uses minimalist resources to deliver something strong and enjoyable. With just two actors and a while-walled room, the filmmakers have achieved what many fail to do. They have given us flavor and essence and have managed to titillate our comic sensibility. Strong performances and dialogues are the only two things that the film relies on. 

Another important aspect that makes the film complete is brilliant camera work that captures every expression and uses the uncomfortable and awkward bits to the advantage of the film. 

36 Questions is just what the social video loving audience wants; only better. 

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