This is a terrifically acted and well scripted short film. And very well shot. It is a delightful story with that rare, captivating quality which makes the viewer lose themselves in the tale - you forget you're watching a film, and wake up from the spell only when the credits roll. The script is quite funny. Collington and de Vivenot were superb in their respective roles. de Vivenot's quirky character was particularly engaging. To tell a complete story in such a short time while weaving in all of the necessary background information is a difficult task. Collington does this effortlessly. One of the best short films I have seen in years.
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