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Mark Edwin Robinson
Rani DeMuth is a brilliant writer /director. I have had the privilege of seeing this woman come from her film beginnings, and she has simply snowballed with this well done short. I can only expect more of her light to shine on the screens. In all honesty, the film's beginnings threw me a little off, the 80's flair music, with short cut shots of a man half dressed working out to swimming to shower to working out to... As the movie progressed it proved to be an interesting debut to a film that may have seemed to be going in a "hollywood" way, and takes the audience skillfully into her blueprint plan of deep metaphysical explanation...in such a way that it doesn't alienate the metaphysically challenged. Bravo!
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