A local theater is showing British film noir movies on Mondays, and tonight I went with friends to see the gorgeous The Third Man (1949) on the big screen for the first time.
It's a movie about shadows--in history, in personalities, and on screen.
When I got home, I grabbed my camera and went back outside to catch some shadows myself.
(Making these micromovies is showing me how much I have to learn--like how to keep the camera steadier. Sorry, this is enough to make you sea sick.)
"shadow" (19 sec.)
The music is the famous zither theme from The Third Man.
It's 20 degrees F outside so the snow makes a lovely crunchy-squeaky noise when you trod on it.