This first attempt at a short film for VCE Productions renders much fruit: Middle Tennessee in all its glory; Native players Allee Hethcoat and Isaiah Stratton finding the moments to emotionally connect in a decidedly minimal script; A refreshingly subtle and helpful approach to difficult subject matter; and an original score by local Nashville musicians Lucas Morton and Max Hoffman that gently ushers you and me into the emotional realities we're seeing. Most compelling, perhaps, is the thought that multi-million dollar film budgets aim at and achieve ownership of a piece of our emotional real estate Its so refreshing when we must forfeit a full acre to a contrasted budget of 3k. Clearly, D. Erik Parks and Jake Hutchison love film. More please.
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