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This is not an objective review of Patrick's feature film debut, just a comment.
I believe that anyone who takes the risk and finishes an independent movie deserves a huge round of applause. The final reality for most indie filmmakers often flattens the very dreams that inspired the effort. The new understanding of just how much is truly required of you and your crew is staggering.
Therefore, to comment on production value, story line, or special effects is really not the issue. The issue here is to see how it stacks up against the tremendous obstacles that faced everyone who who put forth the effort of telling their story on the big screen.
If you have the courage, vision, & perseverance to actually complete your first feature and then continue to follow your dream, that is what is most important.
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