A poignant new short film offers a portrait of modern-day teenagers that's never been seen before. Told entirely from the perspective of one guy's computer screen, "Noah" chronicles a breakup through the lens of Facebook, Skype and Chatroulette. It's an expertly crafted piece, shot with careful detail as the titular character splits with his girlfriend and must then recover using the digital realm. Directed by budding filmmakers Patrick Cederberg and Walter Woodman, "Noah" just had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival's student showcase and is now available online. Don't miss these 17 minutes well spent. (Beware some brief NSFW content toward the end of the movie.)
2013 Toronto International Film Festival
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