Two Men by Dominic Allen

A man sees another man running towards him. Then, he starts to question everything.

Claude sits on the fence under the beating sun in a river town deep in the Northern Western Australian desert. Suddenly, he sees one man being chased by another man — and begins to reflect on the meaning of the deceptively simple, Kafkaesque premise.

Based on Franz Kafka’s short story, “Passers-by,” filmmaker Dominic Allen shot “Two Men” deep in the Northern Western Australian desert, featuring a cast of indigenous Australian non-actors.

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