Review: Preacher’s Boy (Short – 2016)

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Preacher’s Boy was directed by Brian George Hutton, written by Benjamin Cyrus-Clark and stars Richard Angol, Marissa Joseph and Mohamed Dyfan.

Ezekiel learns the hard way that not all new beginnings are a blessing.

The film looks into everyday relationships and the role religion plays in our everyday lives. This premise holds enough merit for this brief exploration.



I appreciated the performances; especially Richard Angol as the preacher of questionable charecter Joshua.
However; the main thing I noticed about this film is the sound production was really rough – even for something produced for YouTube and I found this very distracting from the story.

You can watch Preacher’s Boy on YouTube.


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Ben started out as a technology blogger before branching out into writing about Film & TV. An obsessive fan of indie film & dark comedies you will probably find him waxing lyrical about the movies of Kevin Smith, The Coen Brothers, Robert Rodriguez or Quentin Tarantino.

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