Indie films always know how to be hard-hitting, poignant and challenging in ways that are genuinely meaningful and creative. Disposable is five-minute film, focusing on a young man with a love for violent movies, who one night brings violence to the shadowy urban streets, in more ways than one.
If you’d rather watch a big-budget blockbuster, that’s fine, but if you’ve ever got spare five minutes, then be sure to check out Disposable. It’s a story conjured from the minds of TWM Burrows and Dale Southall.
It won’t be for everyone, but if you’re like me and are interested in alternatives to the norm, Disposable could be what you’re looking for, and it gives you plenty to think about when the credits roll.
You might also be interested in short film, Better Men.