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Life costs us daily and we're forced to pay with time, effort, anguish and money. Some men resign themselves to a life of work to afford these debts. Some men are content to simply take what is not theirs. The Tow examines two men forced to decide where the line between victims and criminals blur, pushing each towards the breaking point... Until one man decides to push back.Written by
As a backer of the Kickstarter-campaign funding "The Tow" I couldn't wait to finally see the finished movie - and it was more than worth the long wait!
It's really hard to write a review for a short without giving away too much, so let me just say: I totally love the idea. The storyline is twisted and when the movie ends, it leaves you wanting to know more about the characters and their reasons, as well as what happened afterwards.
The music is very well chosen and the talented actors JR Bourne and Paul Rae don't disappoint in bringing their characters to life - the whole team, including producer Michael Bircumshaw, did an awesome job.
Last but not least, writer and director Ian Bohen once more has proved his talent to come up with twisted stories and that his talent is not limited to being in front of but that he's also great behind a camera.
Glad I could contribute to make "The Tow" happen and if there ever will be a sequel (or anything else written by Ian Bohen), I'm on board!
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