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  • Warning: Spoilers
    Chloe Okuno's "Slut" is an American 20-minute live action short film in the English language with not too much dialogue though and this one features a cast that is more known than you'd expect. Even a Golden Globe winner and Oscar nominee is on board. You can check out the names of the players in the list. It was released back in 2014, so it is almost 5 years old and scored a pretty solid deal of awards attention back then. And I can see why. Okuno's lack of experience does not show and she manages to combine traditional elements from the genre with individual components that eventually result in a nice success. Here we have a horror/thriller film about a young woman running into a murderous psychopath, but she may not be as helpless as she initially seems. Maybe at the very end, the film tries to be a bit morter smarter and more significant than it should have, but it does not destroy the quality before, so it is a really good watch at times if you love the genre here. I personally give this one a thumbs-up and recommend checking it out. Good soundtrack, nicely atmospheric, really pretty much all you could hope for.
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    ...this tasty little short has little to do with promiscuity in anything more than tangential respect. It's a salty little riff on "Little Red Ridinghood" that showcases a good amount of young talent. If there's any justice in the world, and I realize that much of that is as serendipitous as the resolution of this tight little nugget, then folks like director Chloe Okuno and lead actor Molly McIntyre have fulfilling careers ahead of them. Enlisting the services of Sally "Anna" Kirkland certainly didn't hurt, but it's the youngsters that carry this gem. Easily available on YouTube and probably elsewhere, "Slut" is very much worth a watch.