A Sure Moment: Short Review

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Lawrence Bourke has helmed a fine piece of work, displaying a lot of heart and warmth through it’s simple premise.

Two strangers meet at a busstop. That’s the premise really…

The charm shown by the two leads carry this short all the way through, the images and sounds blend beautifully to bring out emotions you may have encountered in similar situations.

This everyday story has been presented in way that’s unforgettable, and something we can all relate too.  Bravo.

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