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Based on a cabalistic tale, Heaven and Hell depicts the difference between the 2 worlds, heaven and hell. A simple action can be the whole difference between good and evil and also happiness and suffering.
Jorge Alfonso Solares,
Excellent production and overall crafting of this film. The young kid looks like a future star. I loved the music and how Ezban script entertains for most of its 30 minutes. The special effects are amazing. The art direction is also pretty cool. I think the story is not that clear and the ending leaves me wanting for more, but I think that is a good thing. I would cut a little bit on the final sequence or actually delete it from the film.
The humor and violence of Mr. Ezban is really a neat trick, he takes everything to the limit and I get the impression that he always get away with it.
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