This short film puts an incredible amount of detail in the length that It is set at. In four pages, we get to know thoroughly about the three main characters.The dialogue is smooth, and natural, while also being meaningful. Every line within the four pages seems like it has a specific purpose, and a role to play in the overall outlook of the story. The twist shocked me to my core, and I felt as though I was extremely invested in what would happen in the end, and it was shockingly beautiful in nature, the thought. In conclusion, this short film was written with one single purpose, and the writer gets to that in an incredibly effective way, which kept me interested in the dialogue throughout, and when the twist occurs, I have somehow become so invested in these characters only over a few pages, that while writing this, I am still in shock.
A family, along with their son’s best friend, move from Florida to Puerto Rico, and have to adjust to their new lives. Along the way, they make friends, as well as enemies, form relationships, and learn the secret about why their father moved them to the island.