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I Love Who You Are

An intimate tale of loss, betrayal and heartbreak.
4/5

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Joe Acierno‘s short drama film delves into the depths of heartbreak and resentment experienced by a young man who discovers his partner’s infidelity with his best friend. Starring Jose Alberto Alvarez, the narrative explores the aftermath of this revelation as the protagonist unravels his emotional turmoil to a friend, portrayed by Jenna Reilly, in the intimate setting of a cafe.

The film manages to capture the raw pain and struggle of the protagonist, allowing viewers to resonate with his journey of betrayal and the difficulty of moving on. Both actors deliver performances filled with authenticity, effectively conveying the complex emotions and conflicts of the characters.

Jai Jackson and Darius Delsoin’s cinematography adds to the film’s overall quality, with neatly framed shots that enhance the storytelling and create a professional aesthetic. The attention to detail and skillful craftsmanship contribute to the immersive experience of the film.

Overall, Joe Acierno‘s short film is a poignant and intimate tale of loss, break-up, and the personal challenges of moving on. With well-orchestrated acting, compelling cinematography, and a relatable narrative, this film offers a heartfelt exploration of the complexities of relationships and the resilience of the human spirit.

Brief Synopsis

A young man struggles to come to terms with a dual betrayal from his ex-friend and former lover.
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Director(s): Joe Acierno
Writer(s): Joe Acierno
Cast: Jenna Reilly, Jose Alberto
Producer(s): Jenna Reilly, Joe Acierno
Director of Photography: Darius Delsoin, Jai Jackson
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Runtime: 4 min

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I Love Who You Are

An intimate tale of loss, betrayal and heartbreak.
4/5

Review

Joe Acierno‘s short drama film delves into the depths of heartbreak and resentment experienced by a young man who discovers his partner’s infidelity with his best friend. Starring Jose Alberto Alvarez, the narrative explores the aftermath of this revelation as the protagonist unravels his emotional turmoil to a friend, portrayed by Jenna Reilly, in the intimate setting of a cafe.

The film manages to capture the raw pain and struggle of the protagonist, allowing viewers to resonate with his journey of betrayal and the difficulty of moving on. Both actors deliver performances filled with authenticity, effectively conveying the complex emotions and conflicts of the characters.

Jai Jackson and Darius Delsoin’s cinematography adds to the film’s overall quality, with neatly framed shots that enhance the storytelling and create a professional aesthetic. The attention to detail and skillful craftsmanship contribute to the immersive experience of the film.

Overall, Joe Acierno‘s short film is a poignant and intimate tale of loss, break-up, and the personal challenges of moving on. With well-orchestrated acting, compelling cinematography, and a relatable narrative, this film offers a heartfelt exploration of the complexities of relationships and the resilience of the human spirit.

Spotlight

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Brief Synopsis

A young man struggles to come to terms with a dual betrayal from his ex-friend and former lover.
I Love Who You Are Short Film

Credits

Director(s): Joe Acierno
Writer(s): Joe Acierno
Cast: Jenna Reilly, Jose Alberto
Producer(s): Jenna Reilly, Joe Acierno
Director of Photography: Darius Delsoin, Jai Jackson
Animation:

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Genre:
Country:
Language:
Year:
Runtime: 4 min
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