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an excellent film, director shows a lot of promise
i saw this film last year, and was really impressed by the context. the script was good--dialogue really good. it was shot well--the colors--chirascurro, or whatever it may be regarded as, along with the editing, hightened the tension of the plot. i think loren marsh shows a lot of promise in the american independent market, and i can't wait to see the next film.
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