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Published by Jesse Parker
CIFF Review for the Titled Envelope
CIFF Review for the Titled Envelope

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Categories:Topics, Art & Design
Published by: Jesse Parker on Jan 09, 2013
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial


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N-28 October 10, 2012Title:
A Thousand Kisses Deep
Score: “A”Comments:
I found this film to be engaging it was so fastpaced yet doing the same repetitive format that it was easyto grasp. This must have been the directing and editing. Awoman finds herself lost in time but instead of shock shepursues it because it is about her life. She goes back furtherand further to a revolting conclusion and then satisfaction. There are supernatural elements surrounding her but thestorytelling is wonderfully addictive. The character has adrive and confidence that make this all believable. Thenemesis is a wholly unlikable cold blooded thug. He is aptlyportrayed. The acting is great all around. The production isof a high quality every detail is worked out; even scenesinside a dark closet are entirely visible. A cat gives a perfectperformance, as do the children.
Rockin’ Reverend
Score: “C”Comments:
 This was dreamed up as a stoner movie seemslike 25 years ago now. The premise is ridiculous and couldnever happen in this day and age. The acting is horrible andthe actors are too old to play these characters. Anyone whoshows any promise has a tiny part such as the new husband. You got my 45 minutes that is all I could take. This is not thequality we would ask people to pay to see.
 The Garlock Incident
 Score: “C”Comments:
Have you ever
seen the Blair Witch Project? This is a mockumentary format of that. For someunknowable reason the film has interviews spliced into itwhich talk about what scares the actors. These interviewsdestroy the continuity of documenting a road-trip. The soundand lighting are a mess it makes the film seem incomplete. There is a sea sickness problem with the swinging handheldcamera. The actors and actresses fall out of character as

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