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When troubled musical prodigy Charlotte (Allison Williams) seeks out Elizabeth (Logan Browning), the new star pupil of her former school, the encounter sends both musicians down a sinister path with shocking consequences.
The one thing that I noted about this piece is their is only one line of dialog. The rest was done via expression and camera work, which was great on both the actresses and director. It moved along at a good pace and built up the anticipation. I would recommend anyone watching this short.
The best part of the movie is how the dialog doesn't give you any foreshadowing. There is the teaser text, but the only hints you get are what the camera allows you to see. I like this style of storytelling that builds up to the end, which gives you the rest of the information needed to understand the story as a whole. As an artist, I can appreciate the limited information and building it up like blocks to get the whole picture. I feel Colin did this very well.
I think the music got progressively better from the previous movie (Witchfinder) and this piece, which is always a good thing. Andy definitely did not remain stagnant in style, and it is appreciated because it was more noticeable in this movie. In the absence of actual dialog, the music drives the story as much as camera and acting direction.
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