The dynamic duo is back with another dark sequence over exceptional music direction, one of Lèa's areas of expertise. It's been a bit since their last short film (The Opposite of a Bright Summer) starring Dave B. but they are back better than ever. This time around the story is clear without dialogue/monologue - only a sonic steers the vibe. Big nod to the cinematography and post production - the balance Sal and Godoy bring to the each project is what makes all their work special. They are two very different, detailed creatives combining on one very specific concept, all the pushing and pulling end up meshing by the final cut of post production. 

What I took away from their work is that in the end there are demons we can't destroy and there are some we shouldn't in order not to cross a line. It's always good to have a gauge.   

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