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My Last Confession (2005)

Set in a Catholic Church in the late 1960's, this darkly comic short film tells the story of a young boy who dreads confessing the most grievous of all sins- "impure thoughts and deeds."

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Margaret Riley
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Father Donald O'Connor
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Danny Riley
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Set in a Catholic Church in the late 1960's, this darkly comic short film tells the story of a young boy who dreads confessing the most grievous of all sins- "impure thoughts and deeds."

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15 July 2005 (USA)  »

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CAD 30,000 (estimated)
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Danny Riley: What if God's Representative happens to teach me Georgraphy? What if he knows my voice?
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11 December 2010 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I really enjoyed "My Last Confession" and strongly recommend it to those who love honest film-making! The story involves a child's reluctance to confess his "sins" and the anxiety this creates. The movie is set in a particular time, and in a particular place, and nails it as far as authenticity goes.

Characters exchange looks, people come and go, and everything moves forward at the perfect pace. It's funny and true and grabs the viewer in the opening minutes and holds on tight until the end. Certain scenes have stayed with me in their entirety since my first viewing! The actors are natural, and their performances excellent. I hope we see a lot more of this Director's work in the future!


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