Twisted | a short film | Haiku Review

Haiku Review Challenge

After watching the short film Twisted . If you take the Challenge . Write a HAIKU REVIEW leaving your Haiku in the Comment section of this post . Express the views you feel about the ‘Moveable Painting’ [as I like to refer to GREAT short films.]

If this short film doesn’t inspire . A new short will appear next Friday in our Weekly Haiku Review.

The way I write Haiku is using the 5-7-5 syllable combination . I also often write more than one verse. It is an option . not a rule. Enjoy the fun and creativity of 1st) viewing the short film . 2nd) looking for your Haiku and creating it 3rd) sharing it if you so desire.

Here’s to the Haiku Review Challenge
Cheers! – j.kiley

Tales Grow Longer
by j.kiley

Twister gave clear blasts
Tearing memories and dreams
Legends changed them all

© j.kiley ’17

Best Viewing Experience Open Video Full Screen

Twisted | Jay Cheel

Ratings . . . PG
Genre . . . Documentary . Narrative . Nature . People
Length . . . 15m 20s

In 1996, an urban legend was born when the Can-View Drive-In was hit by a tornado during a screening of the movie Twister. The story spread throughout town and the unbelievable event was covered by national media. But what’s most amazing is … it might not have happened.