Watch: ‘TELL’ is Dark Drama Hiding a Violent Streak

By  · Published on May 29th, 2012

Why Watch? After a heated argument, a man swarms to his car to get a hammer and returns back into the house. Ryan Connolly’s short film starts with a concussive blast of tension and doesn’t loosen the throat-clenching grip for its entire runtime.

It’s an exploration of a broken psychology that might just mark the emergence of a strong new talent. Featuring seductively intimate handheld cinematography, intense acting and a dark story, it’s stellar work on a shoestring budget.

What will it cost? Only 30 minutes.

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