Review of: Medea's Guilt (newer version) 

reviewed by Jomeer on 07/07/2005
Nice piece.
I really enjoyed the storyine and it was both to the point and also thought provoking. I enjoyed the acting of the older woman. She was a cutie. The setting was good too. The sound left a little to be desired but it did not take away from the film. Way to go!

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