Harvest | a short film | Haiku Review

HAIKU REVIEW CHALLENGE

The Challenge is to write a HAIKU REVIEW after watching the short film Harvest . 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 Harvest.

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

WATCHING
by j.kiley

No juice . no power
Turning off . Tuning out . Stop
Life returns . your choice

© j.kiley ’17
Haiku

Best Viewing Experience Open Video Full Screen

Harvest | Kevin Byrnes

Rating . . . PG
Genre . . . Documentary . Technology
Length . . . 11m 17s

Narration performed by . . . Patrick Mulvey

Harvest is an eleven minute documentary that follows the daily life of a woman named Jenni, exploring the simple patterns that define her. As we get to know her, we come to understand the extent to which her seemingly ordinary life is of great interest to people she has never met.

Learn more at harvest-documentary.com

Producer/Director . . . Kevin Byrnes
indevu.com
Director of Photography/Editor . . . James Christenson
vimeo.com/vistapop
Director of Technology . . . David Choffnes, Ph.D.
david.choffnes.com
Music . . . Joel Pickard
hatfarm.com
Sound Editor . . . Tom Hambleton
undertonemusic.com
Narration written by . . . Patrick Mulvey and Andrew Scott-Ramsay

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