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Lily is an introverted teenager struggling to cope with the fact of not hearing the world around her. By chance, she finds herself in after school detention with extrovert Jake who convinces her to skip detention and take a journey with him to help her find self discovery and that there is a life worth living, even in silence.

Director

Samantha Lewandowski

9.2

Producer

Samantha Lewandowski

9.2

Writer

Samantha Lewandowski

Luke Perez

9.2

Editor

Samantha Lewandowski

Luke Perez

9.2

Cinematographer

Samantha Lewandowski

9.4

Actor

Luke Perez

9.1

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Exceptional Artistry

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6 Reviews

Would 100% recommend

5 Stars

This is a really good film and would recommend watching it now. I love the fact that they are coming out to show people that not everyone is perfect and that you should never give up even if you have a disability.

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Exceptional Artistry

4.8 Stars

Unfortunately I only have 500 characters to tell you how great I feel you film is...First and foremost, congrats on being so creative with your story. The writing is superb. Your dramatic arc is exactly what it should be. You have all the story structure elements in place. Great cinematic coverage, depth of field, exceptional sound design, score, inserts performances. If I had any advice...I would say, rehearse with your actors. Jake at times could was a little rigid but a little. Beautiful!

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I Love It When Students Are This Good

4.5 Stars

Okay, I could tell from the opening shot that the cinematography was going to be good, but C'MON! You guys crushed it. That you brought some lights with you to the top of the building... so appreciative of your efforts. The acting was completely believable. The use of depth of field was magnificent! Then there's the tiny aspect of the script. Sheesh, how great was that? If you see one film from SkillsUSA, this is it!

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