«Dark and atmospheric. Beautifully sinister.»
Fixin' To Go
«an effective introduction to some gripping characters. this was done in the noir style, alright. the only thing missing was the venetian blind shadows on the wall.
a little thuggy for my taste. but, i'm an old white guy, so, no surprise there.
this dark and moody film has a taste of horror and enough suspense to keep me interested for 4 minutes. let's see if it can hold my interest in subsequent chapters.
5 stars, nicely voiced.
«Very nice. The voices are easy to tell its coming from the same person but the delivery from all the characters is very good (even when your speaking to yourself). Excellent lighting and sparseness of set design reminds me that a newly independant teenager's interior design choices are strangely similar to an addicts..hehe. Nice sound design as well. »
«Loved this at the première, and still love it. The sound design was a particular stand-out, and the stark lighting and spartan sets (which had an odd sort of clean squalor to them) really drove it home. There were some beautiful shots too, particularly the over-the-shoulder one with the silhouetted head in the foreground. A finely crafted piece of work.»
«I loved the visual and set design. I also liked the lines and the way they were read (with fantastic rhythm). My only wish is tat the two main characters were played by two different actors (even if I apply a certain interpretation about the second character.) The movie has a very distinctive style and atmosphere. Beautifully done! »
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