Yet another film shot to practice for Skills Canada. It was also a presentation for our theory of knowledge class, so we had to take on a difficult task: making a short with meaning or a thesis. Quite simply, this short is about the ad ignorantium fallacy; the ability of human beings to believe in something with literally 0 evidence to support it. Enjoy.


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  1. Oh, that’s jolly good. Very funny stuff, lads. Love the shots, the composition, really a treat to view. Laugh? I almost herniated meself…

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