The Confession (2005)

  |  Short, Drama


An attractive young woman drives through the countryside, thinking about a man, stopping to change from a tee-shirt to a sheer dress. She enters a prison as a visitor, is subject to a ... See full summary »


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11 July 2006 | wobblyang
10
| Astonishing and Memorable
This is an unusual and thought-provoking short film. A pretty young woman is at a prison, presumably to visit her husband/boyfriend/lover on a conjugal visit. We see her getting changed into a nice dress, with her fantasies of seeing her man. She goes through the indignity of a body search, is sat in a cell, and she waits.... This is an astonishing and memorable piece of film; the young woman is played by an actress called Josie Maran, and shows her love for her man, despite her own vulnerability. The prisoner/husband is played by Wentworth Miller, newly famous from TV's Prison Break, and let's just say that he shows himself in a very different light. A very well made short film from 2005, don't miss it

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Short | Drama

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USA

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