In light of the eve of Halloween fast approaching, I'm experiencing a magnetic force towards monsters so it may not come as a surprise as I fancy the stern minotaur stalking the maze of a canvas for his victim. The hallways are a swift stroke from Picasso's brush as he paints Les Demoiselles D'avignon. Creative inspirations and motivations are visualized by this award-winning director. His influences lie in dissecting what goes on in the psychodrome of such lauded "artistic" minds. What is created is the spawn of a world famous painting and the Myth of the Labyrinth and the Minotaur.
Abstract creatures are given a three dimensional depth and provide a truly breathtaking after drop. To break such silence would be a sin. For a 9 minute short film, Etcheverry has successfully captured the closest relic of Picasso's work on film and managed to think up a innovative way to express an artists expression. Just like the original painting was deemed a "rapid stylistic metamorphosis", this too can attribute for the one and the same praise. Sometimes funny, sometimes shocking. A wonderful experience for those who can must a somber extended chase.