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An Australian World War II veteran walks into a church and reminisces of his time in the war. Set in Crete, 1941, his memories take him through the events of a German ambush that changed everything.
A story of comradeship, friendship and love, Hath No Man tells of the heart-warming story of the bond between an Australian war cameraman and an Australian soldier forged in the battlefield.
“Greater love hath no man” - John 15:13
HATH NO MAN is shot with ARRI ALEXA, RED, KODAK 16mm 2R by a BELL & HOWELL 70A FILMO (1923)
This is a Graduation film by Linus Koh, studying at Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne.
About the Filmmaker
Hath No Man is a short war film directed by Linus Koh, a Singapore Born film maker. A catholic altarboy from 7, he was a horrible academic student in his younger years; was expelled before, always sleeping in class and experiencing school public canings. All he cared about at 15 was skating. It was the desire to be able to make his own amateur skate videos that sparked a passion for film making. He pursued this love by studying filmmaking at Temasek Polytechnic in Singapore; internship at a production company and directed an award-winning short film "CAN". After 2 years of serving his national service in the Singapore Armed Forces, he worked on international events such as NDP 2009 and Youth Olympics 2010 as a media producer.
With the money he earned from his producing jobs, he bought a camera with basic lens and started shooting nature themes to dwell deeper into the art of cinematography. He is currently studying cinematography and film making at Swinburne University, Melbourne.