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Dark Justice

A chilling tale with a salient subject matter.
5/5

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Chillingly authentic and deeply thought-provoking, director Rupert Charmak’s short film will have you gripped from start to finish. The superbly talented cast, led by the wonderful Rebecca Loudon and Rowan Polonski, deliver performances that are both nuanced and honest in their portrayal of the daunting subject matter at hand.

As the story unfolds, we get an increasingly disturbing glimpse into the inner workings of Craig’s mind and the tangled web of thoughts that lead him to hold such destructive and dangerous feelings towards children. Yet, the film offers hope through the determination of the radio host, who is committed to bringing the issue of child sexual abuse into the limelight and helping those like Craig seek the help they so desperately need.

The cinematography, sound, and editing are top-notch, creating an immersive and deeply unsettling atmosphere throughout. The story is well-crafted and poignant, offering a stark reminder of the importance of supporting those who suffer from these tendencies and bringing the issue out of the shadows.

Overall, this incredible short film is a must-watch for those willing to confront difficult subject matter and serves as an important contribution to the ongoing conversation around child sexual abuse.

Dark Justice Short Film

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Dark Justice

A chilling tale with a salient subject matter.
5/5

Review

Chillingly authentic and deeply thought-provoking, director Rupert Charmak’s short film will have you gripped from start to finish. The superbly talented cast, led by the wonderful Rebecca Loudon and Rowan Polonski, deliver performances that are both nuanced and honest in their portrayal of the daunting subject matter at hand.

As the story unfolds, we get an increasingly disturbing glimpse into the inner workings of Craig’s mind and the tangled web of thoughts that lead him to hold such destructive and dangerous feelings towards children. Yet, the film offers hope through the determination of the radio host, who is committed to bringing the issue of child sexual abuse into the limelight and helping those like Craig seek the help they so desperately need.

The cinematography, sound, and editing are top-notch, creating an immersive and deeply unsettling atmosphere throughout. The story is well-crafted and poignant, offering a stark reminder of the importance of supporting those who suffer from these tendencies and bringing the issue out of the shadows.

Overall, this incredible short film is a must-watch for those willing to confront difficult subject matter and serves as an important contribution to the ongoing conversation around child sexual abuse.

Dark Justice Short Film

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No artists for this title have been featured on Spotlight.

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