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This film is included on a DVD entitled "Shorts: Volume Three". Oddly, I have seen volume One already and Three is definitely much better--though both are worth finding for lovers of short films like myself.
I am torn on this film. One the technical side, the film is very well made and it's obvious the folks responsible for it were very talented. The music is fantastic, the film work good and the acting and direction all seem very professional. However, the story is bizarre and very unsatisfying--so much so that when the film was finished I didn't feel satisfied in the least.
The story begins with a just-married couple lounging on a hammock in a beautiful hideaway in what appears to be the Mexican Coast--far from others. However, out of the blue, a stranger appears and interrupts their idyllic honeymoon. While I was happy the story didn't go the violent direction I thought, it just didn't make much sense and made me feel that the story needed to be re-tooled. Others may like it--I didn't.
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