In the brief moments before a hate crime occurs, a young woman imagines her escape.





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In the brief moments before a hate crime occurs, a young woman imagines her escape.

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Short | Crime | Drama | Fantasy





Release Date:

19 January 2004 (USA)  »

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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Included on a DVD compendium of lesbian themed short films called "The Ultimate Lesbian Short Film Festival," released in 2005. It is the first appearing short on that DVD. See more »

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Beautiful, powerful, important
4 September 2004 | by (california) – See all my reviews

It's hard to describe what happens in the film without giving too much away. I saw this jaw-dropping, beautiful short film at a film festival and the audience was so moved it wasn't sure how to react. We all felt the emergence of an ingenious, important new voice in lesbian cinema. At the same time we all felt the

harrowing, devastating events in the film resonate so deeply within our souls... it felt wrong to clap, but it felt wrong not to.

The amazingly talented and stunning director, Chris J. Russo, has a very long and successful career ahead of her. If she can change the course of cinematic history and the lives of thousands with one landmark short film, imagine what she could do given a feature. Her innate brilliance drips off of every frame directly into your conscience, where it is forever burned into your heart.

EVERYONE SHOULD SEE THIS MOVIE! If you haven't guessed, it changed my


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