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    cool little "title" Charli's Avatar
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    Opening shot of the girl in accident, okay, that got my attention. I did notice she did not have her seat belt on which is nit picking. I LOVED...

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    The train shot. That was absolutely stellar. I loved all of your locations. I loved the way you shot this thing. I loved the way you told this story. I was INTERESTED!

    So I watched not knowing what was going to happen then BAM! she hits him over the head and that's when I realized who your villain was. The psychedelic scene was a little over played but man, when she took a shot of all of her "dolls" I thought - "Geez Louise, who is this filmmaker?! This is freakin' awesome!"

    Good direction. Good storytelling. It was just G - O - O - D! Kudos!
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    Wow! Thanks Charli! Being our second film ever and our first DVX entry I was hoping for some help in getting better...wasnt expecting such a positive review

    I have watched and rated all the films now...watching most of them 4-5 times just to take it all in...cant wait for the next contest!! I love this!


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    Ryan - you are no rookie. I haven't seen them all yet, but this is high marks for me. Also, I don't give out compliments easily. This was good. Quality on the high end in all aspects.
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    This was a good film. It had action and suspense and really got dark at the end. I'll have to go back and watch it a second time (as I watched it last week), but I can tell you that I definitely enjoyed it. Good job.


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    I liked the story and it was interesting but the film lacked a lot for me in the execution of the process. Get rid of the gimmicks and it would have been much better. Good show.





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    It's worth lugging your s.hit into a drainage ditch because the shots were killer! Nice twist too. Performances were decent. This really had me in the beginning and it kinda lost me toward the end. I mean the production. The flashbacks kinda lost me, but I got it. Some very interesting shots though. That train shot was really nice.
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