Waiting for Godot -- This is 72 minutes and 5 seconds of pure green screen. Nothing less and nothing more. Abstract film by Nigel Tomm extends the boundaries of new absurdism. It had to happen sooner or later. Nigel Tomm redefines classical drama one more time. Film adaptation of Samuel Beckett's 'Waiting for Godot', directed by Nigel Tomm, serves us more than meets the eye. The scene apparently represents the shift into dream state, and it's the most beautiful and surprising screen of mind. This is not a drama revolution. This is a visual morphine where tragedy is expressed in the purest prospect. It's just a tiny little line between you and the inside of the screen. It's all in the head, isn't it? Now you see it. Now you don't.
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