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A haunting snapshot of a young father struggling to cope with how one seemingly innocuous moment can change everything.
ok if the festival is just for UK people younjust can tell us………………………….
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Note from DepicT! organiser: There are films in the shortlist from Netherlands, Taiwan and Pakistan. They are not all from UK.
But you would tell him if they were just from the UK, right?
Anyway, the film… Not keen.
Was refreshing and gritty. Great core and heartfelt. good luck with it.
Brilliant xx So emotive that i cry everytime xxx
All the luck in the world with it lads xxx
Good luck lads,love it
Extremely moving. Excellent work
This Short encapsulates every parent’s worst nightmare. Beautifully and sensitively put together. Well done.
Good job,good luck.
Lovely stuff. Atmospheric, moving and a great metaphor in the line in “don’t know what I’ve pressed here”. Like it a lot.
Unconventional and touching. Defiantly stayed with me long after the 90 seconds.
Unconventional and touching. Stayed with me long after the 90 seconds.
Brilliant. Just superb, simple, effective storytelling. Wonderful.
Haunting. An Intelligent film which lets the audience in just at the right moment. Thought provoking stuff.
Disturbing. But mainly that anyone could think this is good film making. It’s like an ode to student films crossed with road safety adverts.
Packs a punch and manages to say a lot in 90 seconds. Well done!
Brilliant! Loved it!
Great film, very concise and still very moving, excellent work.
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