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I don't know what other users expected or wanted to see...But I actually liked this one.
Gudiño's first shot at not shorts. He quite nailed it! Gudiño takes us into the very self of his characters; we get to know them, to feel what they felt.
Guy enters mother's home in hopes of selling, because she has passed away; guy starts to feel, hear, see things...It looks like the very same formula, but, Gudiño takes it one step up, if not a couple more.
Innovation finally arrives in this genre. A great start to build a pretty good future for Gudiño.
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