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Some Boys Don't Leave is the story of what happens when the break-up happens but the break does not. 'Boy' is forced to come to terms with the fact that 'Girl' no longer wants him around. The only problem is he just can't seem to leave their once shared apartment. 'Girl' decides to keep living her life around him; while he remains, watching at a distance. In time, each decides to go in his or her own distinctly different directions. 'Boy' soon finds that sometimes the greatest distance we are asked to travel is one within ourselves.Written by
So, "Some Boys Don't Leave", it's a short film, directed by Maggie Kiley with Jessie Eisenberg and Eloise Mumford in the principal roles.
When I saw the trailer for this short film, I can't say that I was really that excited to see it, but after seeing it, it blown my mind.
The story looks simple, but not everyone agrees about what it is about. It's a really funny, touching and bittersweet movie, with really nice performances from Jessie Eisenberg and Eloise Mumford, a nice cinematography and a really nice, but with 2 or 3 different interpretations, story, which you can surely relate to.
In the end, I really enjoyed this movie, and this made me a fan of Jessie work.
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