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Everything is Quiet Now

A chilling exploration of a troubled psyche with a disturbing climax that leaves a lasting impression.
5/5

Review

Chaise Dodson delivers a mesmerizing performance in Dallin Hodgkin’s latest short thriller, immersing audiences in the tumultuous psyche of a young woman grappling with disturbing thoughts. The film opens with a solitary portrayal of the character, skillfully played by Dodson, inviting viewers to empathize with her until a chilling narrative twist shatters those initial impressions.

Hodgkin’s prowess is evident in the film’s outstanding cinematics, featuring remarkable cinematography, post-production finesse, and a meticulously crafted sound design that enhances the delicate and intimate atmosphere. The narrative, well-written and skillfully executed, takes unexpected turns, leaving the audience captivated and intrigued throughout.

Tanner Severn co-stars in a brief yet impactful role, contributing to the film’s overall effectiveness. The storytelling is nuanced, creating a delicate balance that heightens the suspense, leading to a disturbing climax that lingers in the mind. Dodson’s standout performance coupled with Hodgkin’s keen directorial eye makes this short thriller a compelling and memorable cinematic experience, showcasing the power of storytelling in the hands of talented creators.

Everything is Quiet Now Short Thriller Film

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