Haiku Review | How to Recount Your Dreams | a short film


The Challenge is to write a HAIKU REVIEW after watching the short film How to Recount Your Dreams . Feel free to write in Single – Couplet – Triplet Haiku Verses using 17 syllables per verse . Lines in 5-7-5 . Try to Review the short film below as close to your interpretation of what you viewed and how all your senses responded to it. Think of it as looking at a moveable painting.

If you decide to take on the HAIKU REVIEW CHALLENGE . Leave your Haiku in the Comment Section of this post on ‘the secret keeper’ . so others will be able to view what you have created. I will be posting my own HAIKU REVIEW just above the video of How to Recount Your Dreams.

If this film doesn’t inspire . don’t worry. A new short film will appear every Friday for you to try your skills at the WEEKLY HAIKU REVIEW CHALLENGE .

Here’s to engaging in the Haiku Review Challenge | Clinks & Cheers! – j.kiley

by j.kiley

Dreams are chaos
Deeper tales unfold in heart
Sleep reveals story

© j.kiley ’17

Best Viewing Experience Open Video Full Screen

How to Recount Your Dreams | Lazy Chief

We often wake up from a dream with a powerful urge to tell those around us about what happened. But our listeners are also liable to feel restless and bored during our narration of the dream. The issue takes us to the heart of the challenges of communication.

This animation was created in collaboration with Alain de Botton and the School of Life

Rating . . . PG
Genre . . . Narrative . Animation . Dreams . Storytelling
Length . . . 4m 20s

Director . . . Lazy Chief
Writer & Narrator . . . Alain de Botton