Very well done tightly scripted suspense short. The film was shot on location at the beautiful Victorian Simmons Mansion in Seattle, Washington. Director Matthew Bergman took full advantage of his excellent location choice to set a grim Film Noir mood for his film. He worked very closely with cinematographer Josh Stanton to create the cinematic tone for the film. It is apparent to the viewer that the lighting work is top notch. The casting choices for all the actors was excellent. Solid acting propels this film to its clever climax very nicely. There are a number of elaborate well set up scenes in the film that flow together in a way that makes the story work and maintains suspense and interest for the viewer. Mr. Bergman has kept a tight rein on his script here and it shows. This film was selected by the Seattle Truly Independent Film Festival for showing in 2009.
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