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Watch the Sunset

Australia 2017
produced by
Damien E. Lipp, Tristan Barr, Michael Gosden for BarrLipp Productions
directed by Tristan Barr, Michael Gosden
starring Tristan Barr, Chelsea Renee Zeller, Aaron Walton, Michael Gosden, Zia Zantis-Vinycomb, Annabelle Williamson, Catherine Dawson, Dennis Robertson
story by Tristan Barr, screenplay by Chelsea Renee Zeller, Tristan Barr, Michael Gosden, music by Richard Labrooy, special effects by Neil Rowe

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Sally (Chelsea Zeller) might not be the perfect mum, but she really tries everything to keep her daughter Joey (Annabelle Williamson) happy. Likewise, Joey's dad Danny (Tristan Barr) isn't the perfect dad, but he does everything for his little girl ... so it's really too bad the two are sparated and are fighting over her. But what's worse still is that Joey's uncle Shane (Aaron Walton) has a score to settle with Danny, and he's not one to be messed with, not shying away from torture, murder and the like ... so he has no reservations kidnapping Joey (who knows and trusts him) while her parents are arguing close by - and only then do Sally and Danny realize they have to set aside their differences to save their daughter - but by then it might already be much too late to save her without heading right into disaster ...


The one thing Watch the Sunset is most often quoted for is that it was shot in one single take (apart from the opening montage that is) - which is of course a feat in itself, but then again, filmmaking is no long distance run, and without a certain level of quality, the "achievement" as such isn't worth much ... and fortunately, Watch the Sunset delivers in heaps, quality-wise, as the film manages to actually manages to shift perspectives within its single take, and make the film "seem" edited and flow very naturally despite its "unnatural" approach - which is of course also thanks to the cast who seem to have really grown into their roles, and a very cleverly conceived screenplay that really gets the most out of the very natural restrictions of one single take. Basically it's just one enjoyable movie, and the fact that it was done in one take only is just a bonus!


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Robots and rats,
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produced by and starring
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directed by
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written by
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