Review of: DEATHDAY 

reviewed by ron gannon on 11/12/2011
ron gannon
A display of nice paintings.
The paintings were very nice. The cricket sounds in one scene were extremely loud, almost sounded like a whistle. The voice over was too monotone for me and I didnít quite understand the story you were trying to tell, if any. As to death day not being remembered (I believe you said that), in the U. S. the day someone died is usually remembered by the love ones left behind.

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