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After seeing this at the Barcelona Meca short film festival I knew this young director(Lincoln Thorne) was destined for greatness. The film won third best later at the Polish short film festival that same week. You know this film that plays like a long trailer with nuff ghetto trip-pin and the struggles of a of urban families was leading up to something and at the edge of my seat it left me in shock... to be continued??
Never short on surprises(no pun intended) the director anticipated his audience to be a little taken back from the ambiguous ending as I left the cinema I was a shocked to say the least until I talked with my friend and seen what he did that was so brilliant... I wanted more I wanted to know.. and like foreplay ironically I was wet with anticipation. With his Ghetto Blacsplotation badassss he's got all the moves to make a girl like me thinking about what happened next even up two months since I last chance to watch. Well I was fortunate to watch it again because I bought a copy on sale after the film... go figure my man is already thinking money... I guess that's film business... Look out for the sequel by Lincoln Thorne and by the way I heard he did the kick ass soundtrack with a band called Clev LinX... we got major talent in the making people and I saw it first...
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