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Alex van Dyk,
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Jessica Alexandra Green
This was an... interesting short film. It was best in its final act, but a lot of the rest of it leading up to that final act is just kind of cringeworthy and downright uncomfortable at times. That's partly due to the fact that some the interactions between Michael and Hunter aren't very well-written or well-acted, at least in my opinion. That being said, this short film was released on Crypt TV as a sendoff to Pride Month and I'm a straight Christian, so you can probably imagine why I had issues enjoying this short. I have other issues with this short, but I'll keep those to myself.
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