Over the past ten years, it has been made clear to Aaron that writing and directing are what they enjoy doing the most and what they see themselves being successful in. Aaron loves the psychology of story, what the purpose it is in our lives, and how it has molded over centuries. As an introvert that grew up observing rather than participating, which they feel has helped grow their creative skills. They believe the vision of the director is the most important aspect, as it is a portrayal of the way that person thinks and views the world. Aaron believes every film should be an introspective conversation on how we as humans should live our lives.
Our story follows a found-family journey between two down-on-their-luck orphan brothers: Luke and Jack, and the witty elderly man who Luke cares for, Sean. Through an elaborate series of events, these three find in each other what they were missing all along: connection.
Written, directed and composed by Aaron Moloney
A study of Hitchcock's Vertigo, and the extensive use of the symbol of the spiral. How both Alfred Hitchcock and Vertigo's composer Bernard Herrmann incorporate the spiral visually, aurally and philosophically.