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The film Camouflage explores the motivation behind a school shooting. The film is a social movement piece geared towards opening people's eyes to the many issues surrounding the recent onslaught of gun violence including mental health, gay and lesbian equality, bullying, and gun control. Written by
I'm very happy to have finally watched Camouflage. I had been looking forward to seeing it for many months now, so I did have rather high expectations. All I can say is that it far exceeded them! This is an extremely intense movie focused on a multitude of 'sensitive' issues that we as a society must deal with. Camouflage addresses these in a highly creative way and it was very interesting to really get inside the mind of a character like Austin (played by Kyle T. Cowan). Above and beyond this though, the movie is a true drama, with fabulous twists and turns, right to the very end (which was amazing, by the way!). Congratulations to Kyle T. Cowan for an excellently written and directed film as well as to the cast (Kyle included) for their performances. I was deeply moved by many of the scenes, especially those between Kyle T. Cowan (Austin) and Jimmy Bennett (Kevin). I happily recommend Camouflage for its story, characters, and powerful message. Job well done!
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