No other film has left me feeling quite like this one did. Very few times have I watched a film and been completely speechless but this one impacted me on a whole other level that I can't quite put into words.
This had a great screenplay with very interesting characters, which was elevated by the amazing performances from the main cast members. I also liked the low budget feel of this film and felt that it didn't limit this kind of story, but found there were a few choices in terms of editing and cinematography that felt out-of-place and poorly executed.
Overall, despite the technical aspects lacking, this film thrived in terms of its screenplay and performances and I would recommend this. To me, this feels like a low budget version of Marriage Story (2019).
I can't believe this is the fourth time I've tried this film and only now have I actually finished it. Though I have to say that I'm still very confused with some aspects of the film.
It goes without saying that the visual effects, the editing, and the cinematography are all impeccable. The script and the direction are also amazing and the film wouldn't be much without any of these attributes. I feel like the performances are drastically overlooked in…
This was an interesting short film. I thought the non-use of dialogue was effective and worked well with the film. The acting, considering there was no talking, was fairly good. The actual story itself was really interesting. And the atmosphere makes it so you can almost feel her loneliness.
Overall, this is a pretty good short film. Good work, Lea!