Farewell to Xulhaz

Quite often films that are experimental or don’t follow a narrative path can be hard to invest in for an audience. Here we have a film of this ilk that also presents some humanity which works well to help the audience relate to it and invest in it.

There is a fantastic use of both beautiful imagery and real life footage which compliment each other well. The use of real life footage helps maintain a relationship with the audience throughout.

Music is utilised well throughout to bring further depth to the film. The music works well to enhance the imagery on screen and doesn’t distract at all.

A visually appealing short that keeps the audience involved.