Review: death isn’t the same anymore

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death isn’t the same anymore is an experimental cinepoem that explores the intimate relationship humans have with their beds, and the cyclical nature of life between birth and death.

Wow. This auditory cinepoem can be felt with all the senses. It feels cold. It feels lonely. It’s complex and skillfully mapped. What an experience.

Jennifer Mulligan burns indelible images into your memory in just under five minutes.

More info & links:

  • Director: Jennifer Mulligan
  • Official Website
  • death isn’t the same anymore can be viewed on Vimeo
  • death isn’t the same anymore screened at Short at Home 3 at the Ottawa Canadian Film Festival in 2021.

Alvin Tsang

Film Reviewer

In his youth Alvin loved watching movies and would find himself spending his lunch money and allowance at the box office. He loved the Matrix and the X-Men films, and somewhere along the way, he discovered a love for horror movies — HereditaryMidsommar and Mother! being his favourites. He now holds a professional writing diploma, a couple of journalism degrees, and likes to spend his free time reviewing movies on IMDB and for various magazines. @alvinwct