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The Colour of Her Eyes (2013)

A struggling writer witnesses a brutal attack on a young woman, he fails to come to her aid, and runs. When he returns to her, he hides his cowardice, lying about the events. He paints ... See full summary »

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Graham Neale

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Graham Neale
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Credited cast:
James Ashton James Ashton ... Charlie Burke
Anastasia Catris Anastasia Catris ... Andi
Matt Humphries Matt Humphries ... Fan
Georgie Leonard Georgie Leonard ... The Girl
Sally Martin Sally Martin ... Nurse
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A struggling writer witnesses a brutal attack on a young woman, he fails to come to her aid, and runs. When he returns to her, he hides his cowardice, lying about the events. He paints himself the hero, and the woman, comatose, his silent alibi. The writer struggles no more, his fiction now bound in book, his tell-tale heart soothed by success. Soon, sinister fans accost and quiz, cracking his veneer. His late nights now haunted by visions. Frayed, the writer returns to his source, the woman, that he might see light through the colour of her eyes. Written by Anonymous

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UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 August 2013 (UK) See more »

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Competent and stylishly directed.

This is a competent and stylishly directed short film. The cinematography is excellent and the performances are very good, with natural sounding dialogue. Locations are good and it seldom feels like a student film. The lighting, very often neglected in short films, is very well handled also. The sound design too is very good - something all too often neglected in short films.

I saw this film in competition against my own film, and for me, it was the best film in its category. The plot won't set your brain alight, but it is never less than engaging to watch. I look forward to seeing the writer/director Graham Neale's next film.


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