A mysterious package leads to a couple examining their failed marriage.
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I was a part of Triggerstreet during it's inital launch. I left the site because I really felt the peers at the time where not helpful to each other. I have returned because I continue to hear good things about the site and wanted the chance to get some more exposure for a couple spec scripts I have in the works. Visit my IMDB page at http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2399288/
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A review of Optimistic 9by richardsscottj on 11/30/2013After watching Upstream Color this week, this was an excellent companion piece. I would rather you go into this knowing nothing. I don't even want to speak about the turn the story takes extremely early one. I am not even sure what to say in order to keep the mystery and give it a fair review. The lead actress is amazing, portraying so much with out uttering one line of dialogue... read
A review of The Contarian Protection Markby richardsscottj on 11/29/2013What might have worked better as a segment is an anthology (ex: ABC's of Death), The Contarian Protection Mark is an adequate found footage short. Its strong points are its length, use of night vision, and the visuals of its final shot. The only downside is a small bit of hamming it up by the gentleman doing the voice over. There was a great atmosphere through out this film... read
A review of Toniby richardsscottj on 11/29/2013I donít normally read any background on the short films I watch. I like to determine for myself what the filmmakers intention were. With that being said, this one has me puzzled. A film noir homage, Toniís real motivation is never made quite clear. I am not referring to the title character, but is this a concept film telling a much larger story? Or is the filmmakerís message... read