The Darkness of Day

The Darkness of Day
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Absolutely beautiful, most especially if you yourself have lived in those very dark places and the thought of enduring one more day seems too much to bear.

Normand avatar

Très beau petit film. Bien fait.

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Very moving.

Jay avatar

In The Darkness of the Day, I tried to tackle the difficult subject of suicide in the most artistic way I knew how so that hopefully the viewer stays engaged by the technique as well as the subject matter.

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