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Cognitive Fracture

A riveting tale of grief, psychology and mental health.
4/5

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Charvez Keys Jr.’s thriller is a captivating film that takes audiences on an emotional journey into the mind of a young woman grappling with her mental health. Kelsey Kornegay delivers an outstanding performance as Vanessa, who finds herself locked up in a mental hospital while trying to uncover the truth about what happened to her mother and brother.

The narrative is well crafted and takes viewers on a suspenseful ride, building tension throughout until its surprising and emotionally charged climax. The acting is compelling and brings the characters to life, with Kelsey Kornegay excelling in her portrayal of Vanessa.

The cinematography by Joel Morris is stunning, capturing the tension and psychological turmoil of the story with great detail and precision. The sound design and editing are also top-notch, creating an immersive viewing experience that will leave audiences on edge.

The film also provides an intense exploration of themes such as grief, loss, and mental health, tackling them in a sensitive but intriguing way. Overall, Charvez Keys Jr.’s film is a thrilling and poignant journey that will leave audiences in awe of its expert craftsmanship and emotional depth. It is highly recommended for anyone seeking a suspenseful, thought-provoking cinematic experience.

Brief Synopsis

A young woman, suffering from severe mental illness discovers that her brother and mother are no longer alive. She goes through several trials to learn the truth of their disappearances.
Cognitive Fracture Short Film

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Credits

Director(s): Charvez Keys Jr.
Writer(s): Charvez Keys Jr.
Cast: Bradley Peacock, Cassie Murray, Charvez Keys Jr., Damaris Tooley, Gabrielle Goodman, Haley Sanders, Joel Morris, Kelsey Kornegay
Producer(s): Charvez Keys Jr., Erick Yates Green, Ken Wyatt, Michael Tierno
Director of Photography: Joel Morris
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Runtime: 12 min

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Cognitive Fracture

A riveting tale of grief, psychology and mental health.
4/5

Review

Charvez Keys Jr.’s thriller is a captivating film that takes audiences on an emotional journey into the mind of a young woman grappling with her mental health. Kelsey Kornegay delivers an outstanding performance as Vanessa, who finds herself locked up in a mental hospital while trying to uncover the truth about what happened to her mother and brother.

The narrative is well crafted and takes viewers on a suspenseful ride, building tension throughout until its surprising and emotionally charged climax. The acting is compelling and brings the characters to life, with Kelsey Kornegay excelling in her portrayal of Vanessa.

The cinematography by Joel Morris is stunning, capturing the tension and psychological turmoil of the story with great detail and precision. The sound design and editing are also top-notch, creating an immersive viewing experience that will leave audiences on edge.

The film also provides an intense exploration of themes such as grief, loss, and mental health, tackling them in a sensitive but intriguing way. Overall, Charvez Keys Jr.’s film is a thrilling and poignant journey that will leave audiences in awe of its expert craftsmanship and emotional depth. It is highly recommended for anyone seeking a suspenseful, thought-provoking cinematic experience.

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Brief Synopsis

A young woman, suffering from severe mental illness discovers that her brother and mother are no longer alive. She goes through several trials to learn the truth of their disappearances.
Cognitive Fracture Short Film

Credits

Director(s): Charvez Keys Jr.
Writer(s): Charvez Keys Jr.
Cast: Bradley Peacock, Cassie Murray, Charvez Keys Jr., Damaris Tooley, Gabrielle Goodman, Haley Sanders, Joel Morris, Kelsey Kornegay
Producer(s): Charvez Keys Jr., Erick Yates Green, Ken Wyatt, Michael Tierno
Director of Photography: Joel Morris
Animation:

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Year:
Runtime: 12 min
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