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A mental health drama that delves into a man’s self-loathing.


Bryce Gerson‘s short drama film delves into the depths of one man’s inner turmoil, exploring themes of self-hatred and career anxiety with unflinching honesty. In ‘Finding’, Gerson, who also takes on the role of Charles Sinclair, delivers a commendable performance that resonates with those navigating the pressures of the corporate world.

The narrative revolves around Sinclair’s desperate attempt to find solace and understanding through online therapy, with Jamison Haase portraying Dr. Cunningham. Gerson’s portrayal effectively exposes Sinclair’s erratic frame of mind, capturing the weight of his struggles and the intensity of his self-doubt.

The film does not shy away from the dark corners of Sinclair’s psyche but also manages to infuse a glimmer of hope and self-acceptance into the narrative. Gerson’s performance is both admirable and relatable, drawing viewers into the character’s emotional turmoil and creating a connection that lingers long after the film concludes.

The drama is a one-man production that showcases Gerson’s talent as both a director and an actor. The film’s polished execution is evident in its neat sound design and cinematography, which aid in creating a compelling and immersive experience for the viewer.

While the film successfully captures the essence of Sinclair’s struggle, the narrative could benefit from further exploration, as it ends somewhat abruptly, leaving viewers craving a more conclusive resolution. Nonetheless, the overall craftsmanship of is undeniably impressive, with Gerson’s charismatic performance at its core.

‘Finding’ is a thought-provoking and introspective piece that invites viewers to confront their own demons and search for self-acceptance. It serves as a reminder that even in the darkest moments, there is always the possibility of finding light and reclaiming one’s sense of purpose and identity.

Finding Short Film


Runtime: 6 min


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