And the Red Man Went Green

Ruth Meehan’s “And the Redman Went Green” is a tale about one tiny moment in a woman’s life that awakens her from old age and reminds her that life is beautiful.

The story is like a fairytale with a handsome prince gallantly sweeping his princess off her feet. Enriching sounds and visuals that focus on a dreamy atmosphere are prominent factors in creating Meehan’s vision. At times, the film emulates designer running shoe commercials.

The story itself is one-dimensional, but for the time devoted to the story, it is executed well. It leaves one with a warm feeling towards the woman’s experience and ends with a loving tale to think about.


Post a Comment

<< Home