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Short Review: Helicopter

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I’m not usually a fan of deeply personal anythings. Especially when it seems to come from people who have some sort of access because they are on the fringe of the rich and famous. I’m always sure that it’s going to be even more dreadful than deeply personal material from People Who Don’t Matter.

But this little film is excellent. Ari Gold did a fantastic job of telling a story of his mother’s death. How it affected him and his siblings. I correct that, he didn’t really tell us, he showed us. Perfect! Creative use of stills, drawings, miniatures, and live action.

Good job. I hope this young man has made more films.

 

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