The Last Page (2008)

  |  Short, Comedy


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Suffering from writer's block as he attempts to finish the screenplay, Jason goes out for coffee and ends up experiencing a day filled with more than enough inspiration than he'll ever need to finish his script.


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29 August 2009 | euroeros
7
| Very well written film.
This short film contains all the elements of good storytelling for the screen. It keeps you entertained and engaged, and it never fails to deliver the "punch". Also, great cinematography, decent acting by less known players, and good direction. This is a student film, but it has high production value, and deserves to be shown on TV (if any TV executives would take their time to watch it)! Overall, "Last Page" is an entertaining and good short film, and I hope to see more from its filmmakers in the future. Our media outlets should pay attention to talented small (and student) movie makers. Great job "Last Page" producers, and keep entertaining us.

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$27,000 (estimated)

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