In an attempt to save his life, a man enters an apartment building only to realise that his problems will only get worse.
First critical success for the – back then – young student, and writer/director Sergi Rubió who, despite the film’s little flaws, manages to clearly convey his message. It could be an excellent third act about a young man who has struggled his whole life because… he just looks different than the majority of the people around him. About a man who has so much love to give and no one to give it to. Unfortunately, there is so much hatred to get and everyone to get it from. You can watch it here: https://www.reelhouse.org/tropicanofilms/mohamed/4743014
Because some look like you or sound like you or have the same religion as you, it doesn’t mean that everyone else will or has to. No one can claim this world. We might be part of it, but it’s not ours. All of us can equally be a scourge on this planet or a blessing. Choose the latter. Mohamed did.
2 thoughts on “Mohamed (2001): Short / Drama”
Wise words mate. I’ve not seen anything else about this film so thank you I would of missed it.
These are short, to the point, and thought-provoking films. I believe they deserve some attention. Thanks for reading.