Heartwarming tale of a boy's search for home. I really enjoyed the art direction and overall mood of the film. Nathan Gamble played an amazing role as a boy searching for a place in the world, a mother, and what it means to call somewhere or something "home". Having heard a live reading of the script in the early stages, I could see where changes were made to help make the story line and character development more cohesive. The cinematography was also a strong point of the film. The warm colors in the interior "home" shots contrasted nicely with the colder desaturated colors of the outdoor "journey" shots. Overall the film was was good, and my only suggestion is that there could have been more attention paid to frame compositions and music direction.
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