Short Films Matter Logo

Private Eyes

A comedy of misunderstandings.
3/5

Review

Alberto Santillan and Valeria Rifici’s low-budget comedy, guided by Stephen Moffe’s script, navigates the realms of humor and misunderstanding with a touch of wit. Starring Moffe and Rifici, the film presents a quirky narrative where miscommunication takes center stage. Moffe’s character’s confusion about the term “cooch” leads to a series of hilarious and absurd situations, creating moments of genuine laughter.

While the film’s technical aspects are of reasonable standard, there is room for improvement, especially in cinematography and sound design. A more advanced approach could elevate the overall viewing experience. The characterizations, although initially eccentric, lose some of their charm as the film progresses, reaching a saturation point around the mid-way mark. However, the engaging performances by Moffe and Rifici maintain viewer interest.

The film manages to deliver a few good laughs, thanks to its offbeat humor and the chemistry between the lead actors. Despite its limitations, the movie’s respectful acting and genuine comedic moments make it an enjoyable watch, especially for those who appreciate unconventional comedy. With some technical enhancements and a more nuanced approach to characterization, this comedy has the potential to be even more memorable.

Private Eyes Short Film Image

Spotlight

No artists for this title have been featured on Spotlight.

Specifications

Runtime: 6 min
Country:
Language:
Year:

Recommended

Recommended

Private Eyes

A comedy of misunderstandings.
3/5

Review

Alberto Santillan and Valeria Rifici’s low-budget comedy, guided by Stephen Moffe’s script, navigates the realms of humor and misunderstanding with a touch of wit. Starring Moffe and Rifici, the film presents a quirky narrative where miscommunication takes center stage. Moffe’s character’s confusion about the term “cooch” leads to a series of hilarious and absurd situations, creating moments of genuine laughter.

While the film’s technical aspects are of reasonable standard, there is room for improvement, especially in cinematography and sound design. A more advanced approach could elevate the overall viewing experience. The characterizations, although initially eccentric, lose some of their charm as the film progresses, reaching a saturation point around the mid-way mark. However, the engaging performances by Moffe and Rifici maintain viewer interest.

The film manages to deliver a few good laughs, thanks to its offbeat humor and the chemistry between the lead actors. Despite its limitations, the movie’s respectful acting and genuine comedic moments make it an enjoyable watch, especially for those who appreciate unconventional comedy. With some technical enhancements and a more nuanced approach to characterization, this comedy has the potential to be even more memorable.

Private Eyes Short Film Image

Spotlight

No artists for this title have been featured on Spotlight.

Specifications

Runtime: 6 min
Country:
Language:
Year:
Search