Miles Berret is ripped awake in his prison cell. Guards rush past Miles cell in the dark as he hears gunfire, screaming and then... the horrible, sickening screams of a man being torn apart... See full summary »
Isaac C. Singleton Jr.
I saw this short at the festival with the director I was working with at the time, to get a better idea of what a short film is, how the story varies from features, and the way one flows. I ended up learning how a short can capture an audience with its brilliance, hold it breathless, and unleash an extremely riveting finish. I have since seen a number of shorts, but I haven't yet found a drama of the like that can match this one in its complete mastery of the genre. Bravo, Mr. Sands. Bravo.
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