Review of: Psalm 51 

reviewed by rozhall on 11/17/2004
Psalm 51 review
These are the sort of high contrast B/W visuals that I adore. The film may not be my cup of Bovril but I'm no stranger to dance-for-camera shorts having made a few myself. They are not as easy as many people think and this is a very strong example. The editing is wonderful and the length not too long. Great stuff all round.

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