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I saw this short film while in Estes Park, Colorado last month and it is very well done! Kudos to the team that put this together. Best short I have ever seen and it won the top awards (jury and audience) for shorts at the Stanley Film Festival. The movie within the movie concept is brilliant, the fighting scenes look very realistic and so interesting to see because they are between a man and woman, the film is shot in away that makes it timeless and has that classic feel to it and to know there are three more installments coming is exciting. The twist at the end is surprising which is refreshing in a time when most endings are predictable. Amazing to feel like you watched a full horror film in just 20 minutes. I would recommend seeing this short if you can!!
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