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A death row inmate escapes prison the night before his execution to exact revenge on the retired investigator who helped seal his sentence many years earlier only to find his young teenage daughter and her protective canine home all alone.
Short films are a tricky world to navigate. Sometimes they're too long, sometimes they're too short. In this case, I'm glad that the director chose to do it as a short because the plot has been done once or twice as feature films. See Mischief Night, for instance. I'm happy to say that Red Rose stands on its own as one of the better short films I've seen this year. The cast is... to die for... and the circumstances surrounding the young woman played by Addy Miller adds an extra level of emotion and suspense to the story. It's a mix of classic horror actors, the current crop of stars, and awesome up and comers. Everything is accurately timed and this is really just a very solid short film. I hope it's sent off to more festivals because it deserves to be seen by a bigger audience.
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