'Shhh' is a film made with no movie camera, no budget, no stars and no dialogue. You may wonder if there's anything there to see at all, but 'Shhh' delivers four minutes of still images and intricate sound design that harks back to the great dialogue-free comedies of the past. The story of two men trying to uncover the source of mysterious humming noises in the walls of their apartment, 'Shhh' is a simple idea that builds to a crescendo of slapstick destruction, electric shocks, slashed sofas and suspect spaghetti.
Two paranoid people, no video, no dialogue and strange noises coming from behind the walls...
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Director Ben Slotover
believes that High Definition video at 29.97 frames per second constitutes an intolerable information overload to the brain, which is why 'Shhh' designed to run its 184 frames over 4 minutes and let the viewer's brain fill the gaps in by itself. See more
The clock in Heinz's bedroom strikes the hour, and yet when Heinz is in the kitchen the clock shows 7 minutes past the hour. See more
References The Conversation