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To Me You Mean The Most

 a film by Adam Castle and Ed Twaddle

To Me You Mean The Most
A film by Adam Castle and Ed Twaddle.

Part theatrical rehearsal, part fractured romcom, the film examines the tension between cliche and truth within popular culture.

Repeating lines that we’ve heard a million times before, two characters re-stage songs and scripts from pop music and TV shows. The film sees how we absorb popular culture, and re-perform it through our daily interactions with each other.

Their words are thick with cliche gloss, but it is hard not to find affinity with their commercial truth. The work both celebrates and critiques popular culture, and its ability to affect our emotions.

A film by: Adam Castle and Ed Twaddle
Director: Hong Anh Nguyen
Photography: Mariella Miho
Editor and producer: Adam Castle
Lighting: Nelisa Alcalde
Lighting Assistant: Laia Coll Autet
Location sound recordist: Ross Elder
Continuity: Chelsea Dunlop
Runner: Cheery Ng
Cast: Adam Castle and Ed Twaddle