Douglas Horn has put out a fine piece called Back Up, Please which fulfills his desire to impart a good story, with strong characters and the pull of emotions. As a Director who shows he knows his stuff, he presents this tale of two vehicles, each with two occupants destined to meet in a crisis. Douglas delivers what we all want in film making: great collaborative effort. The writing is good; his directing excellent, great cinematography, editing, music scoring...the whole package. It is also apparent that he has the ability to pull together a great crew to deliver a quality movie...much higher in quality than what I originally expected. I keep watching it because it is good, and like any good movie, you learn more each viewing. Full of nuances.
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