A girl (Emerald O'Hanrahan) walks the streets of London on her own,
every now and again asking strangers to take polaroids with her camera at
seemingly random spots - polaroids that have a weird air of loneliness
about them, as if a second person in them is invariably missing ...
Mile is a hauntingly beautiful short about a unique way of dealing
with depression, but not a movie that spoonfeeds you its message but that
uses cinematic ingenuity to get one inside the head of the film's
protagonist, like using next to no dialogue (apart from a few throwaway
lines) to tell its story but relies on the power of pictures combined with
sound and music instead, as well as its protagonists subtle gestures and
facial expressions - and it totally works, too.
Totally worth a watch!