Agent Orange (film)
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|Directed by||Tony Scott|
|Produced by||Marjie Abrahams|
|Written by||David Carter |
|Music by||David Lai|
|Cinematography||Steve St. John|
|Edited by||Skip Chaisson|
|16 minutes / 5 minutes|
Agent Orange is an American short silent film directed by Tony Scott. The film is about a psychedelic love story taking place in a "shadowy dreamscape". In 2004, the film was shot at 1 and 6 frames per second, noticeably altering motion and exposure. It was produced by Amazon.com's Amazon Theater.
It was filmed on a Panavision Hollywood camera, with Eastman Kodak film.
While waiting in a subway station, a young man catches a glimpse of a beautiful woman, dressed entire in orange. Before he can reach her, her subway car speeds off.
The young man repeatedly visits the station, each time failing to make contact with the mysterious woman. Revealing he also wears all orange attire.
He plasters posters along the station's walls, only for them to be torn down minutes later by a janitor.
After finally giving up hope, a paper plane land in front of him. It is one of his posters. He looks up to see his dream girl. They stare at each other, before smiling.
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- Agent Orange on IMDb
- That's Advertainment! article at Slate
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