1962 Alabama. A changing world view visits a small town diner when one day three black students attempt to desegregate the whites only lunch counter. The diner's waitress must decide if she...
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Among the group of short films screened at the Sacramento International Film Festival, The Counter stood out in a class by itself, by far outshining the other short films in all areas. It's not surprising to find that this film has garnered critical acclaim throughout the festival circuit.
The production values, acting, and direction all stood out as strengths. The story was engaging; the ability of this film to take the viewer through a range of emotions and make the audience think was superb, especially in such a short time frame. It's clear that we can expect great things from Ms. Wagner as her career unfolds.
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