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Michael Evans Lopez,
This movie is fantastically directed, amazingly acted, and had a wonderful story. When I finished this short film I was absolutely blown away. The opening shot completely sets the mood for the entire film. Though, I did personally figure out the end of the film before it came, I was none the less amazed and satisfied when I did reach it. The execution is inspiring, and the hard work and passion behind the project is obvious. I really hope Ben Kallam continues to direct movies into the future, because this film was a true piece of art, and I believe he could achieve even more if given a bigger budget and more responsibility. This will definitely go down as one of my favorite short films of all time.
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