Video: ‘Sean’, A short film by Ramone Anderson

Published On 18 December, 2012 | By Lydia | Movies, short film
Upcoming British film director Ramone Anderson explores an online story for his first short film, ‘Sean’.
'Sean' is a short film written and directed by Ramone Anderson

‘Sean’ is a short film written and directed by Ramone Anderson

Up and coming film director, Ramone Anderson, recently released his first short film online, entitled Sean. Both written and directed by him, this short is about a 15 year old boy, whose life is a dangerous path, however, his encounter with a stranger causes him to think twice about his actions and decisions.

After reading an article online about a similar story that occurred in the States, it got Ramone thinking about how this story would have played out, had it happened in London. Although he didn’t intend for there to be a moral to this story, When asked what he wants people to take away from this short, he answered, “if there had to be a moral, it would be that there are good people out there who want to see others better themselves, and you have the ability to change whatever negative situation you are in.”

He has left the film open-ended, asking the question, “will one encounter with a stranger really change the way a teenage boy views his life and the world?” Admitting that he cannot answer this question, he leaves it to his viewers to decide.

A lot of thought, time and effort went into making this film and it is really a great piece, and you can watch it right here on E2E! You can also follow Ramone on Twitter here.

Enjoy!

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I am a 21 year old writer and university student. I specialise in wrting non-fiction as well as poetry. I live and breathe music - Hip Hop and R&B/Soul to be exact. I'm also a lover of Literature and Black Studies. I love travelling as well, and my dream is to live in New York as it is my favourite place (right after my hometown, London). I also volunteer in my spare time, working with and mentoring sixth form students as they put their hands to making a change in their local communities. There's nothing better than seeing the youth from my area making changes for the next generation to enjoy - and it is an honour to help make that happen.