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R. Ellis Frazier
Drew Van Acker
The film Camouflage explores the motivation behind a school shooting. The film is a social movement piece geared towards opening people's eyes to the many issues surrounding the recent onslaught of gun violence including mental health, gay and lesbian equality, bullying, and gun control.Written by
This movie was awful! I was anticipating the release like a couple others I am sure and now I see why they decided to make it free. Honestly I didn't even finish the movie that is how bad it was. The director was also the main actor and I guess that should have been a huge warning because of course he is going to think that all of his scenes are great. As a director and actor I think he was too close to the project. Stick to one or the other, act or direct but never both at the same time. In all the trailers it was mainly the director so I think this was his little soapbox. I would say save your money but since it is free save your time! Even the scene transitions were horrible and painfully obvious so maybe he was the editor too? The camera angles seemed like the camera was constantly on a tripod or propped up somewhere for the shoot since the director was busy dominating the scenes.
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