Review of: Kaplan's Equation 

reviewed by imoveatparaderest on 11/03/2011
imoveatparaderest
Fantastic!
This short film is hilarious, yet also frustrating, in the sense that I feel for the main character. I put myself in his shoes and when the end came, I felt like passing out as well.

The actors in this short film were outstanding performers. It is very difficult to pull off a scene without any words, using only emotions and still making it look realistic. Often times, this method will produce a theatre style performance, as if the actors were from the stage; however, this troupe did not suffer that fate.

The cinemetography of this short film was equally impressive. I saw no hard shadows, nor boom mics, and the transitions helped move the story along.

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