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Donald

Fascinating look at the human side of remote warfare. Very compelling viewing.

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Paul

I just learned something about short filmmaking.

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Tyler

Very interesting short. Loved the relationship between the two leads and it was well shot. The story wasn't that original but it made up for it was fast-paced dialogue and convincing performances. Well done to all involved.

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Marie-France

Unexpectedly compelling. And I had teary eyes by the end.

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