I attended the World Premiere of "Laws of Deception" Thursday evening and was thoroughly impressed with the acting and production quality of Charles Peterson's latest film. The 17 minute short is, by far, the most sophisticated and well thought out work that Peterson has produced to date. Despite one or two minor audio glitches, I found the film to be riveting. Amy Searcy and Jose Rosete both delivered performances worthy of Sundance. Elias Castillo also delivered a rock-solid performance. Igor Dymkov's haunting and moody score provided the final element that tied everything together. In short, this is Peterson's finest work thus far and should put to rest any doubts of his directing talent. "Laws of Deception" is a definite must-see.
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