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I'm not going to go into much detail because you should simply view it yourself, but this film is very well done and surprising for a student film. Zach Braff was a genius even before he made his mark. I loved this film because of it's unique cinematography and creative storytelling. You think one thing and then something else happens. Plus what's neat is the opening sequence. Again, for a student film I'm very surprised with this. At my college I'm about to take a course which specifically we'll be making short films and this film of Braff's gives me a great deal of inspiration. I hope that Zach Braff puts more short films on his website if he has any. Simply put, anyone looking at this IMDb page and hasn't actually been to Braff's website, do so. Click on the camera on the left side and watch the film. Great cinematography, great sound design, and unique story. 10/10.
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