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MY REVIEW
Reviewed by sharonmae PH / Joined sharonmae 2016
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UK, 2014, 8 minutes LGBT
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18.04.16
Seems to be  a promising romance in its outset but  wasn't realized after all.  The film scoring is commendable and there is depth and angst in the acting performance of the two lead stars:  Jess,  quite coy and unassuming and Leah,  artistic and strong-willed.  The chance meeting of these two personalities in a gay bookstore opens up a chance of a blossoming friendship and possibly, romance.  Towards the end though,  Jess wasn't able to see the number written on a  post card, which gives the viewers the notion that  there was no possible communication  after the last scene.  Still,  I found the film engaging and holds great promise.  Do check out this film, folks. 
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