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The Devil Needs a Fix

A disturbing interview with the Devil. Expect an unnerving twist.
4/5

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Ian Ebright’s short drama film presents a thought-provoking narrative that not only explores the depths of desire and manipulation but also surprises audiences with an unexpected twist. Set primarily in a cozy café, this intriguing film introduces us to a journalist, portrayed by Stefan Hajek, and the Devil himself, played brilliantly by Steven Soro, engaging in a captivating interview.

As the story unfolds, the Devil’s insidious charm becomes apparent, pushing the journalist to towards potential infidelity. Deftly written, the psychological battle intensifies, captivating viewers and prompting them to examine their own limits and vulnerabilities.

Rosalie Miller’s performance as the lively waitress adds a refreshing dynamic to the film, injecting moments of humor and levity amidst the dark undercurrent. The chemistry between the characters crackles, each interaction resonating with an electrifying tension that keeps audiences on edge.

However, just when viewers anticipate a predictable outcome, the film delivers a mind-bending twist that fundamentally transforms the entire narrative. Without revealing specifics, this unexpected turn challenges preconceived notions, subverting expectations and leaving viewers breathless.

Under the directorial vision of Ian Ebright, the well-crafted cinematography by Oguz Uygur adds another layer of depth to the film. Every carefully framed shot heightens the atmosphere, drawing audiences deeper into the story’s intricate narrative web.

Complementing the tension and intrigue, the fitting soundtrack enhances the film’s twists and turns, amplifying the emotional impact of each revelation.

With its skillful storytelling, exceptional performances, and an awe-inspiring twist, ‘The Devil Needs a Fix’ invites viewers on a captivating journey that challenges their perceptions and defies conventions. Ian Ebright has ingeniously crafted a short film that not only captivates with its exploration of desires and manipulation but also leaves audiences enthralled and disturbed with its surprising twist.

Brief Synopsis

An ambivalent reporter will get a big break if his interview with the Devil goes as planned.
Devil

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Credits

Director(s): Ian Ebright
Writer(s): Ian Ebright
Cast: Rosalie Miller, Stefan Hajek, Steven Soro
Producer(s): Ian Ebright, Jess Grant, Sarah MacAaron
Director of Photography: Oguz Uygur
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Runtime: 10 min

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The Devil Needs a Fix

A disturbing interview with the Devil. Expect an unnerving twist.
4/5

Review

Ian Ebright’s short drama film presents a thought-provoking narrative that not only explores the depths of desire and manipulation but also surprises audiences with an unexpected twist. Set primarily in a cozy café, this intriguing film introduces us to a journalist, portrayed by Stefan Hajek, and the Devil himself, played brilliantly by Steven Soro, engaging in a captivating interview.

As the story unfolds, the Devil’s insidious charm becomes apparent, pushing the journalist to towards potential infidelity. Deftly written, the psychological battle intensifies, captivating viewers and prompting them to examine their own limits and vulnerabilities.

Rosalie Miller’s performance as the lively waitress adds a refreshing dynamic to the film, injecting moments of humor and levity amidst the dark undercurrent. The chemistry between the characters crackles, each interaction resonating with an electrifying tension that keeps audiences on edge.

However, just when viewers anticipate a predictable outcome, the film delivers a mind-bending twist that fundamentally transforms the entire narrative. Without revealing specifics, this unexpected turn challenges preconceived notions, subverting expectations and leaving viewers breathless.

Under the directorial vision of Ian Ebright, the well-crafted cinematography by Oguz Uygur adds another layer of depth to the film. Every carefully framed shot heightens the atmosphere, drawing audiences deeper into the story’s intricate narrative web.

Complementing the tension and intrigue, the fitting soundtrack enhances the film’s twists and turns, amplifying the emotional impact of each revelation.

With its skillful storytelling, exceptional performances, and an awe-inspiring twist, ‘The Devil Needs a Fix’ invites viewers on a captivating journey that challenges their perceptions and defies conventions. Ian Ebright has ingeniously crafted a short film that not only captivates with its exploration of desires and manipulation but also leaves audiences enthralled and disturbed with its surprising twist.

Spotlight

No artists for this title have been featured on Spotlight.

Brief Synopsis

An ambivalent reporter will get a big break if his interview with the Devil goes as planned.
Devil

Credits

Director(s): Ian Ebright
Writer(s): Ian Ebright
Cast: Rosalie Miller, Stefan Hajek, Steven Soro
Producer(s): Ian Ebright, Jess Grant, Sarah MacAaron
Director of Photography: Oguz Uygur
Animation:

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Genre: ,
Country:
Language:
Year:
Runtime: 10 min
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