Justin didn't get the job. Was it his resume? His suit? His haircut? Down and out in Central Park, he meets Aquanetta, a prostitute on her last day on the job. Justin and Aquanetta form an unlikely bond and learn that although life isn't always 'a walk in the park', there's always something to laugh at. Written by
I'm not big on leaving comments on IMDb, but recently I came across this short film by Christian Remde and written by Seth Fisher.
This is a really well written script with tight concise dialogue that allows it's actors (in this case very good ones) to enjoy what they are saying. All the performances - including Seth's as the hot dog vendor are very well done - They leave you wanting to know more about the characters, something many shorts don't achieve. I'm not going to single out any of the actors performance - They were all damn good.
Filmed on HD and using a 35mm converter with prime lenses proved that you don't need the top of the line camera to get the 'filmic' look and with thought about shots and the edit you can create something very beautiful. Walk in the Park is really well directed. he has written, shot and cut something that is a really a joy to watch.
The sad part of this is... How long will it be before I see another short this good.
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