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MUSIC & THE ARTS

The Privilege Game

By chief hack Ignatius Rake

Posted November 29, 2017
The Privilege Game Neel Kolhatkar
Biting: Neel Kolhatkar in the Privilege Game. © Neel Kolhatkar

Another excellent and thought-provoking short film from Australian comedian and social satirist Neel Kolhatkar.



When it comes to short films and biting social satire, Australian-based Neel Kolhatkar is clearly one of the brightest lights out there.

And it's not just the content of his films that make them stand out.

There's a disconcerting, slightly nightmarish mood and feel about his films that make you realise that the man and indeed the whole cast and team behind these creations are dripping with talent.

I could go on but I won't.

Other than to urge you to watch the following.

But what's it trying to say?

Like all good art, that's up to you to decide yourself.




See also Modern Educayshun, posted 20/11/17.


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Ignatius Rake is a journalist, geographer, artist, lyricist and life-long fortean who blew the lid on the 2017 Eden UFO hoax. His hobbies include sitting, eating and drinking. He has so far visited more than 70 countries on six continents. You can view some of his Dada-inspired art here.


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