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I was perplexed by the fact that Netflix even considered these "short films" for showing to the general public!! This is a bunch of home video footage, which lacks everything what cinema must have. No narrative, no message, no editing, no decent camera work, no creativity, and no acting! The domesticity of some sequences made me uncomfortable at times. People are making much better videos on youtube. This is an embarrassment for a short film genre:(
And these videos say nothing about what this pandemic has been for all of us.
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