Review of: Tomorrow Never Dais... 

reviewed by Dominic.Jenkinson on 07/19/2007
Tomorrow Never Dais
Some funny stuff in this short. The actor who played Dai did a fine job.

The biggest problem was that the version I watched was pretty small and suffered som sound and vision problems.

The music was good, added a proffesional feel. Some of the camera work was a bit shaky.

Not a bad effort overall, would like to have seen a better quality version.

Good luck in the festival,


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