It’s hard to find a horror short film that even non-lovers of the genre like, but perhaps In Sound, We Live Forever by writer and director Joshua Giuliano succeeds in this impossible mission.
In addition to anxiously following a done and finished story, watching In Sound, We Live Forever we are captivated by a stylistic choice out of the ordinary. Joshua Giuliano tells us a story in which images do not follow sounds and vice versa. From the first moment, from the atmosphere of the scene, we perceive that something is wrong, then we realize that we are on the scene of a crime.
The noises, the voices of a man and a woman, tell us what happened in the place we are looking at, but before, without knowing how much.
Then, at a certain point, the sound and the image will overlap again, just to present us with the finale.
“Something bad has(is) happened(happening).”