The film is a Fairytale/Parable about the child sex trafficking epidemic that has overrun our city of Atlanta. We are using the film to not only raise awareness but provoke meaningful ...
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The film is a Fairytale/Parable about the child sex trafficking epidemic that has overrun our city of Atlanta. We are using the film to not only raise awareness but provoke meaningful action towards this issue taking place in our own backyard. Written by
I completely support what this group of inspiring filmmakers are up to. This film is so beautiful to watch - the production design, the costumes, the colours, the make up - each element works so well in telling the story. Each element has a defined purpose, and that's one of the many things that make this film so special.
You can just see the passion that went in to making this film. It's in the dialogue, the characters, and the overall metaphor. All executed so artistically. Doug Jones is sufficiently creepy, and Mattie Liptak as young Jimmy makes a role that could have been very cheesy, very heroic and believable. The production itself is outstanding, I think we could all learn a lot from these guys.
I can't sing the praises of Whitestone enough. I am a young filmmaker in Australia and I follow all their work and spread the word throughout my community here about them. Keep going guys, you're already making a huge difference in the world of film-making. Next stop, Oscars.
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