Through a series of unfortunate events, a young girl stumbles upon a camera lens that possesses a very mysterious power. Through this lens, the photographer is able to see into the past of ... See full summary »

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Matt Chesin

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Christopher Bradley, Matt Chesin (developer) | 2 more credits »
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2 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Credited cast:
Christopher Bradley ... John Beck
Amanda Bassett ... Allison
Kim A. Huenecke Kim A. Huenecke ... Wally's Mom
Julia Anne Severance Julia Anne Severance ... Sloan Beck
Mike Rolfe Mike Rolfe ... Old Wally
Erus Harrington Erus Harrington ... Young Wally
Kevin Wathey Kevin Wathey ... Salesman
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Through a series of unfortunate events, a young girl stumbles upon a camera lens that possesses a very mysterious power. Through this lens, the photographer is able to see into the past of its previous owners. A new acquaintance becomes an old friend in a friendship that spans two lifetimes. Written by Anonymous

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Through a series of unfortunate events, a young girl stumbles upon a camera lens that possesses a very mysterious power.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 May 2014 (USA) See more »

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6 July 2015 | by TGGeeksSee all my reviews

Ben and Keith (The Two Gay Geeks) who screened this short at the first Phoenix Loves Sci- Fi Film Festival along with 20 other shorts. This was one of the ones they chose as a standout among the crowd. This heartwarming short was part of the second block of films on the program. Too bad so many left during the break. This was a true piece of art by one of our local Phoenix filmmakers. Keith is a frustrated wannabe photographer so lenses are a very important piece of equipment and while the initial hook of the lens drew me into the short, what kept me intrigued was the story and the emotional content of the message. Ben's thoughts: Here was another short that drew from an older idea, but its execution was entirely fresh. Granted, the love of photography is what made this one stand out, but the story here could have easily been shown on an episode of Amazing Stories regarding a very specific telescopic camera lens and the importance of family. We look forward to more output form this fine young director.


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