Review of: For A Good Time 

reviewed by BMcRaeC on 02/03/2004
Bathroom humour?
I liked this little short; good blocking, reasonable sound, simple premise. I especially liked the B&W filming: crisp and clear. I was hoping for some more understanding of the first character's initial behaviour. Was he stressed, drunk, bored, what? The little turn of having the phone ring right next door was fleetingly cute. Overall, good effort, and the epilogue was appropriate.

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