A brilliant little piece for lovers of Edgar Allan Poe...
(Well, this film not just for Poe lovers, but for all short-film lovers of the drama genre...)
Award-winning director Bradford Youngs has combined in a short little package of under 10 minutes, a piece of work that is a showcase for his visual and storytelling talent, not to mention craftsmanship.
Without giving away the story, the film takes the viewer into the mind of a writer slowly descending into madness... and does it superbly. The background score complements the stunning visual narrative superbly to create an ominous tension... the same tension that the character is probably feeling. Excellent production values and tight packaging is what makes this film a classic example of short-film making.
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