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This is by far one of the best short films EVER made. The Double rocked my world at the Angelus Film Festival and made me think about film-making in a whole new light. Rani Demuth should be on everyone's "to watch for list" of up and coming talent machine directors. Her unique style and sensibility make her one of the best ever to exist in the history of motion picture makers. Without out films like The Double we are all lost. It is an emotional roller-coaster, literally, from start to finish that leaves the audience both highly satisfied and entertained. I for one will be first in line at my local movie theater when her first feature explodes at the box office.
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