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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

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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.

Brief Synopsis

Ever since she can remember, Ellie’s world has been overwhelmingly loud. She experiments with herself and the world around her in an attempt to finally find the quiet she’s been searching for.
Everything is Quiet Now Short Thriller Film

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Credits

Director(s): Dallin Hodgkin
Writer(s): Dallin Hodgkin
Cast: Chaise Dodson, Tanner Severn, Thomas Mckasson
Producer(s): Dallin Hodgkin
Director of Photography: Dallin Hodgkin
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Runtime: 6 min

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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.

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No artists for this title have been featured on Spotlight.

Brief Synopsis

Ever since she can remember, Ellie’s world has been overwhelmingly loud. She experiments with herself and the world around her in an attempt to finally find the quiet she’s been searching for.
Everything is Quiet Now Short Thriller Film

Credits

Director(s): Dallin Hodgkin
Writer(s): Dallin Hodgkin
Cast: Chaise Dodson, Tanner Severn, Thomas Mckasson
Producer(s): Dallin Hodgkin
Director of Photography: Dallin Hodgkin
Animation:

Specifications

Genre:
Country:
Language:
Year:
Runtime: 6 min
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