Strikeout (2009)

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8 January 2009 (USA)  »

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This spot rocks
28 January 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Excellent spot. Very well written, acted, lit, and directed. I've always been a big fan of Jamie Cromwell and he's very cool in the spot and his voice over is flawless. Kudos to newcomer Jill Slattery as well, she's natural and doesn't make a false move through the entire piece. A key question to me is the merits behind the argument of the piece though. I'm all for union rights, but now is not the time to strike.

Congratulations to the producers, directors and writers, and to everyone involved. The website for this film says everything was donated so it's pretty amazing what they were able to pull together for an estimated budget of only $1500! I don't know if that's accurate but the spot looks to be at least 10 times more expensive than that.


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