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Never Alone

by Belafonte

When you're haunted, can love still be found?


Whilst our leading man has trouble sleeping, more annoyingly his ghost friend is still present in his life, an apparation whose idea of haunting is to basically annoy the shit out of the guy at every conceivable turn.

With the sleep deprived gentleman only conscious of his own apparition, it allows a nice little sideplot of another ghost to come into the picture, and with a cheeky wave the pranks get elevated.

I applaud you for getting outside and making use of the good weather on the shoot weekend. The primary white colours of the ghosts was a nice touch from your DP to make them stand out, as was the decision to make all of their humour physical as opposed to the talking living people in the film.

Some of the pranks were very humorous such as the dog off the leash in the park. I bet they had a good run around!

Whilst lighthearted and fast paced clocking in at well under 3 and a half minutes, I just felt like there could have been a little bit more meat to the bones of the story here. My gut instinct is telling me that the stylistic choice to always have those who ended up together kept at a distance until the finale meant that we as an audience missed out on them building a truly emotional romantic connection. Hard to say though because it felt like a lighthearted romp was always the intention here and to be fair the tone of your film was consistent.

Story: 2/5
Technical: 2.5/5
Elements: 3/5
Overall: 2/5

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