Review from imdb user sgreene-4:
Not only is it a surreal fable, it is also the perfect short film
Not only is "La Derniere Voix" a surreal fable, it is also the perfect short film.
Visually, it's like a cross between David Lynch's "Industrial Symphony No. 1", Andrei Tarkovsky's "Stalker", and Ridley Scott's "Blade Runner".
Storywise, it is a fabulous blend of irony, quiet horror, desperation, and sometimes even some hints of a cautionary tale, without ever being preachy. The issues of humanity's dependence on technology, race relations, not to mention the definition of love itself are all presented in the film, which also includes one of the most haunting ambient scores in recent years.
Fans of Karim Hussain's "Subconscious Cruelty" will not find what they are looking for here, as "La Derniere Voix" does not dwell on gory imagery to get it's point across. The film, although under 15 minutes long, feels like a feature, with great production values, and a clear indication that Karim Hussain is a director with a vision.
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