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I just finished with this movie about an hour ago at the Ashland Independent Film Festival. I liked it very much. It wasn't an A+, top-notch film, but it was done well. The characters are all portrayed well and they all don't seem to lose that, normal, average-joe type of persona. They do, act and say things that wouldn't be found in your normal candid film, but actual dialogue that sounds very believably is heard instead. The realism of the dialogue reminded me of the chatter that is abundant in Good Night and Good Luck. The direction was done well and there was nothing cheesy about the overall production. Though it borders on being melodramatic at times I felt it never actually fell into that category. For such a small production I thought it was done extremely well and would recommend it.
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