Who can record the actual moment when a relationship dies? Escaping with grace and forgiveness is sometimes the best case scenario for two once-synced souls. Created for the Producers Guild...
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Who can record the actual moment when a relationship dies? Escaping with grace and forgiveness is sometimes the best case scenario for two once-synced souls. Created for the Producers Guild Weekend Shorts Competition benefiting the Debra Hill Foundation, by Granite Creek, an all-volunteer filmmaking team formed for this event.Written by
Dana Biscotti Myskowski
As per the Producers Guild guidelines delivered at 5:03 p.m. EST, the setting was Halloween; three objects had to be used (one in a central role that helped determine plot) - knitting needles, a chess knight, and a cassette tape; and the team had three themes to choose from. See more »
well, actually the main problem with this movie is the story, it'd kind of lacking. yet the screenplay was good, the characterization for Kevin as The husband and the wife was really good,they played a nice music video and included the element of flashback as well.
I was hoping for more content in terms of story and dialogue, the movie tells a story about husband and wife going to Halloween party and trying to sort out their shaky relation.
funny enough Kevin looks exactly like the one in Backstreet Boys, the character suited him well, he's not saying much and his rule based on a music cassette he bought from a store in their way to the party that takes place in gloomy dirty place filled with people putting masks and seemly snorting some drugs, they look high! so he keeps busy with that cassette almost all the time and that actually tells something about his personality.
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