Using a less is more mentality, the moody and well made Paradise draws us in from the very first shot, leaving us to figure out the puzzle presented to us. The performances are strong and the synthesiser score is illuminating and effecting. The real flaw of the film is that it has an idea that is probably suited to a full length movie rather than a short as we are asking for a lot more to be explored by the time the abrupt ending has arrived. It's 11 and a half minutes done well, but really it's crying out for more time to be given to this story. Still a sign of promising filmmakers ready to take the next step.
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