what a special film
We live in eastern NC and saw this movie at the theater. What a special
film! I heard the director say that this was his first film but it sure
did not seem like that. He pulled a great performance out of the child
actors and you could tell that Will Patton (one of our favorites)
really brought his 'A' game. This movie is a really special coming of
age film that really had us thinking.
A great message... and interesting story...
It kind of reminded us of Ray Bradbury story... almost like Dandelion
More than anything, it captured the laid back pace of a small southern
town. This is a great 1st film..
An inspiring first film.
I felt this film was very special, as I am an aspiring kid out of
college and going on to do film/video production at university, it was
a great inspiration to me, and definitely an encouragement during my
gap year to work hard at my own ideas. Mark has everything that makes a
good director, Determination, a good cinematic eye, and kindness. Which
i think clearly shows through each scene during the film. It had a
warm, yet sinister atmosphere. With a very down-to-earth approach,
therefore holding the brutal truth for some characters. He matched the
soundtrack well with the scenes (especially the opening scene), which I
picked up on a lot as I am looking to first go into music video
production. Overall, I think mark and his crew made a first film to be
very proud of, and I can sympathise with how much effort and patience
it must have taken to get the film to where it is today. I can't wait
to see what else Mr. Freiburger has up his sleeve!.