“A Man and His Clocks” Is Exactly What It Sounds Like
A Man and His Clocks, a documentary less than two minutes long, doesn’t cover any ground not mentioned in its title. But creator Elissa Nadworny‘s solid editing means that it’s packed with solid quotes, sounds, and even an interesting interview arc. Nadworny skillfully takes us through the man’s current occupation, background, and outlook on his work in minimal time and with little frills, creating a work of minimal filmmaking that’s different from the types of film we’re used to seeing. You can check out the rest of her work on her site, linked above.