Movie Review: Porcelain Unicorn. Just when you think you’ve seen enough Holocaust-related Art to last several lifetimes, along comes a piece which has you begging for more.
Porcelain Unicorn, the winning short in this year’s Tell It Your Way Parallel Lines film-making contest run by Philips Cinema, was inspired by true war stories and a Joseph Conrad novel. In barely three minutes and using only the six set lines of dialogue permitted by the competition rules, American Keegan Wilcox manages to evoke the era’s gratuitous brutality, unexpected kindnesses and great heroism while showing how an early experience may inspire deeds at a later stage in life.
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