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T.O.D.

A sci-fi themed drama about ones own mortality.
4/5

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Maxime Lecocq‘s short science fiction themed drama film is an engaging and thought-provoking exploration of the T.O.D. Institute, a clinic set in the future that can predict a person’s date of death with incredible accuracy. The film’s ensemble cast, led by Christina Gardner, delivers outstanding performances that drive the narrative forward while also showcasing the comedy that lies at the heart of the story.

T.J Penton’s cinematography work is impressive, capturing the clinic’s inner workings with skill and precision. The sound design and editing are also great, immersing the audience into this deeply intriguing world.

The narrative is interesting, raising questions about the ethical and moral implications of knowing one’s date of death. The comical edge to the story helps to keep it lighthearted, while also underscoring the underlying seriousness of the issue. While the film would benefit from further exploration of the central idea, it still manages to subtly draw in the audience and keep them engaged throughout.

Overall, Maxime Lecocq‘s short science fiction themed film is a quietly powerful work that shows the importance of laughter in the face of uncertainty. With superb performances, well-crafted cinematography, and thoughtful exploration of a complex issue, this film is sure to intrigue viewers and leave them thinking long after the credits roll.

Brief Synopsis

In the near future, the T.O.D. company has pioneered technology making it possible to predict the time of one’s death. During a routine visit, strangers are brought together and forced to face their reality.
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Director(s): Maxime Lecocq
Writer(s): Maxime Lecocq
Cast: Chris Reeves, Christina Gardner, Danielle Chambers, John Pene, Kathy Simone, Lawrence Isara, Maxime Lecocq, Monique Isabel Ceja, Parishia Henderson, Ziya Farajzada
Producer(s): Maxime Lecocq
Director of Photography: T.J Penton
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Runtime: 11 min

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T.O.D.

A sci-fi themed drama about ones own mortality.
4/5

Review

Maxime Lecocq‘s short science fiction themed drama film is an engaging and thought-provoking exploration of the T.O.D. Institute, a clinic set in the future that can predict a person’s date of death with incredible accuracy. The film’s ensemble cast, led by Christina Gardner, delivers outstanding performances that drive the narrative forward while also showcasing the comedy that lies at the heart of the story.

T.J Penton’s cinematography work is impressive, capturing the clinic’s inner workings with skill and precision. The sound design and editing are also great, immersing the audience into this deeply intriguing world.

The narrative is interesting, raising questions about the ethical and moral implications of knowing one’s date of death. The comical edge to the story helps to keep it lighthearted, while also underscoring the underlying seriousness of the issue. While the film would benefit from further exploration of the central idea, it still manages to subtly draw in the audience and keep them engaged throughout.

Overall, Maxime Lecocq‘s short science fiction themed film is a quietly powerful work that shows the importance of laughter in the face of uncertainty. With superb performances, well-crafted cinematography, and thoughtful exploration of a complex issue, this film is sure to intrigue viewers and leave them thinking long after the credits roll.

Brief Synopsis

In the near future, the T.O.D. company has pioneered technology making it possible to predict the time of one’s death. During a routine visit, strangers are brought together and forced to face their reality.
T.O.D. Short Film

Credits

Director(s): Maxime Lecocq
Writer(s): Maxime Lecocq
Cast: Chris Reeves, Christina Gardner, Danielle Chambers, John Pene, Kathy Simone, Lawrence Isara, Maxime Lecocq, Monique Isabel Ceja, Parishia Henderson, Ziya Farajzada
Producer(s): Maxime Lecocq
Director of Photography: T.J Penton
Animation:

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Year:
Runtime: 11 min

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