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A psychological drama of loss and unfulfilled potential. The narrative explores innocence and wisdom, hope and regret through, what seems to be, an ordinary conversation between two ... See full summary »

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Paul Vincent Black ...
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Joseph Henry
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James
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Paula Tursi ...
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A psychological drama of loss and unfulfilled potential. The narrative explores innocence and wisdom, hope and regret through, what seems to be, an ordinary conversation between two strangers, a man and a boy who meet at a bus stop. The story unfolds through a fragmented narrative and distorted time line blurring the lines between dreams, reality and memory. Written by Anonymous

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dream | spirituality | See All (2) »

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Thoughts are only as real as you think they are

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Short | Drama

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28 April 2007 (USA)  »

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$11,000 (estimated)
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Very polished and poignant
7 March 2009 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is a well made short film about a man who makes bad choices. And, it seems that this film all takes place within a very small period of time as Joseph Henry day dreams about his life, his loves, his childhood and regrets. In many ways, the short reminded me of the Disney film, THE KID--but with a much edgier look and feel.

Speaking of look and feel, the biggest star of the film is the music and excellent cinematography. It gave the film a very polished and poignant attitude that really created an effective mood. Now I am not saying that the story or acting are bad (they certainly were not), but to me the mood was the most memorable part.

I can see that the film's writer/director (Phil Allocco) has done several other films and I am not surprised, as the film shows great skill.


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