On a fateful summer's night in the 1930's, Karl has to make a crucial choice that the rest of his life will depend upon. A choice between courage and cowardice, between being successful - ... See full summary »
On a fateful summer's night in the 1930's, Karl has to make a crucial choice that the rest of his life will depend upon. A choice between courage and cowardice, between being successful - or being himself. In the year 2000 Karl has grown old. Thinking back to that critical moment long ago, he realizes he made the wrong choice. He decides to set things right before it is too late. Never again will he be a coward. Decisively, he starts writing a letter... Written by
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First short film that has almost made me cry. I was surprised to see how touching the story was since it was such a short movie, which usually makes it more difficult to get involved with the characters. There wasn't much I didn't like. The music and cinematography was superb and so was the acting, directing and script.
There was just one scene that annoyed me and that was the bus-scene (for those who have seen it). It really felt just too predictable and with the acting/directing in it, it felt like I've seen it too many times before in average/bad Stockholm Film School-films (I study there too). Luckily it was saved by a much better continuation (though reminiscent of Titanic).
Now I really have to see Hip hip hora/The ketchup effect. I just hope my expectations aren't too high. Or rather, that they prove correct!
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