I saw this film and I was pleasantly surprised at its quality, the method in which the story was presented, the cinematography and the acting. The film had a New York feel to it, gritty and street smart, with a Los Angeles backdrop, which gave the audience a perspective of LA rarely seen in movies. The characters were well developed and the direction displayed talent often lacking in short films. Malik showed a vision of love between a man and a woman that all women want, and then shattered it. Rarely do we find a brother willing to go out on a limb to show the complexities of some of our brothers in relationship. Unfortunately, someone is living that reality right now, and that's what makes it real. Good job!
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