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Alex Hernandez ...
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Jonathan L. Black ...
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Morgan Vasquez ...
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Aaron is a heroin addict who's habits have alienated him from anyone who ever cared for him. Stealing money... See full synopsis »

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Rachel: You are awake. As awake as you ever have been, and as awake as you ever will be.
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Reminiscent
5 July 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I love the premise of this film. The characters are developed very interestingly and quickly, at that. The cinematography was good, and inventive shots and angles keep the viewer's eye. This is very reminiscent of an Aronofsky flick. It is a truly scary realistic descent into the life a user, displaying the, dare I say, downward spiral. Unforgettable lines, such as, "You are awake. Awake as you've ever been" haunt your memory. Downward makes your hair stand on end, with a finale that leaves goosebumps under your skin. Much is achieved with this feature in a short time. I would love to see what Reino could do with a full length feature film. Overall, a very cool short film. I want to see more from Jon Reino.


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