Eye For Film >> Movies >> Industrial Love Dwarf No. 7 (2004) Film Review
Industrial Love Dwarf No. 7
Reviewed by: Amber Wilkinson
How can something so Rong be so right?
Rong is the collective, formed by Alex Kirkland and Stephen Scott-Hayward, along with Rubberductions' Matt Smith, who are producing some high quality shorts.
A couple of month's ago Gash, a social satire on social realism, came to the Blue Room showcase and Industrial Love Dwarf No. 7 is just as good.
Shot in the documentary style, we are treated to a reconstructed conversation. It turns out that this thing called love is, in fact, "a commodity" handed out, and swiped back again, by "stealth dwarves".
The film is a satire with attitude and a whole lot of fun. I knew Margaret Thatcher was to blame for more than we originally thought.Reviewed on: 31 Jul 2005