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Jamie Magnus Stone
It is hard to know where to begin with this short film. Evan's master thesis is an incredible feat, one that only true film makers can appreciate and enjoy. The level of detail and coordination to complete this piece is astonishing. Something you will not see from any other thesis film from any university.
Having been in the business for nearly 8 years I can really appreciate what Evan did here, it is fun seeing what a new up and coming director looks like! What is also wonderful to see is that this film has international appeal; it has action, diversity, visual effects, great story, set design, wardrobe, makeup, and most importantly mastery directing.
The domestic box office attention is necessary, but the international audience is even more important these days. Hollywood needs better directors and ones that know how to command an action film and appeal abroad. This is clearly achieved with limited resources and a lot of hard work and grit by the director. Bravo. Can't wait to see your next piece, hopefully a slate of feature films are to come next.
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