In a desperate attempt at appearing new and unique to those who already know us or to those who've yet to see us, we destroy ourselves at the mirror and inside our respective closets ...
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In a desperate attempt at appearing new and unique to those who already know us or to those who've yet to see us, we destroy ourselves at the mirror and inside our respective closets everyday. Our degenerate sense of self propels style and fashion through a never-ending revolution of hip couture. In its wake we're left permanently discontent and looking to improve. FITS, tells a story of a woman who wants out. Sam needs to be OK as is. For a night she is willing to try her seven friends and hope the truth doesn't break them. Written by
I thought this movie to contain some important elements of unique structure and development. It is refreshing to see the insight used to develop the characters in this short film. With no verbal words throughout the film it becomes a matter of non-verbal cues and statements that help you understand each character and what they are going though. This reminds one of the struggles in high school and in life in preparing to go out for a party, date, or evening. It was fun. The performances of the actors for this short film were excellent. Brandon Cahoon is sure to be a name in the future that I think be known for excellent work and profoundly capturing "real" peoples experiences and emotions. The artful sequences of the character's experience in the film was nicely done.
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