Christiano Dias does a wonderful job bringing us back to those days filled with imagination. I am fondly brought back to a time of hiding under and around my bed creating stories. The cinematography is nothing short of flawless. Beautiful angles and shots that keep you engaged. The story covers a great deal in a short amount of time. I'd love to see this film drawn out a little more with some back story. Absolutely enjoyable all the way through. Capturing your imagination and your interest of wanting to know the characters better. I wanted to understand where they came from and what they were working towards. Although, this anybody's story as well, very relatable. The actors give us a fun and sincere glimpse of day to day life. Its an entertaining peek at an imaginative childlike perspective. Thank you for this refreshing tale.
King Eternal (2013)
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22 October 2013
I don't know if you want me to review this, they might not believe me. Great. I wanted my friend to name her child King Eternal ? and I mean that on so many levels. Resting above now. King Eternal is thoughtful more than anything. Colorful. Chopped almost perfectly (Edited). Directed very well. Lit a little over the top but the innocence of childhood shines through because of it. The acting is on point for such a small frame to put art on the screen that means something. A great short film. Stay up Christiano and everyone. Love, grace, kindness, thought, aliens, God I see it all in King Eternal. Landon Pelant was bitter with light of I want this to be fixed which plays so true to young life under fracture. Lisa Roumain couldn't have been any better. A great film.