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Whitestone Motion Pictures does it again, creating a 30 minute film packed with as much emotion and power as a feature-length film. The Candy Shop is an allegorical tale about child sex trafficking, and director Brandon McCormick handles the difficult subject matter with grace. The film is not preachy or overbearing, but rather makes its point candidly and simply.
Doug Jones is incredibly creepy as the shop owner, especially in the film's climax scene. Mattie Liptak does well as Jimmy, the protagonist. His friend Nancy is played by Abigail Monet, who does an incredible job portraying a street urchin.
The film is bolstered by Nick Kirk's score, and the beautiful darkness of the cinematography lends itself to presenting the subject matter somberly.
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