This short displays a distinct lack of visual dexterity, a shame as the creators were obviously using CGI and so could have come up with just about any visual scenario they wished. The visual environments weren't linked to the plot in any way.
Acting was a little half-hearted. While Ruth Negga is an admirable actress the male lead didn't have much charisma - did the leading actor drop out just before shooting and have to be replaced by the directors scruffy mate? Worst of all I found the film's plot strangely familiar with a concept almost identical to a previous short (called Ten Minute Movie), except less well executed. Guess there's only so many short film plots to go around, eh?
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