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Stephen Nichols' Short Film "I See" Now Streaming
Topic Started: Feb 13 2014, 01:01 AM (1,163 Views)
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Thank you JCP.

It was very good. I knew it would have good music. I liked the opening scene.

It cut out in the start and I had to keep pausing and push play again a few times, but it finally stayed on.

The actor was ok, but it got better at end and Julie P. kept it going.

I knew when she opened the door something would happen.

I like that it involved Stephen's family, after all it was their production company that produced it. Lisa, Aaron, and Dylan involved in production.
Edited by bygnedys, Feb 14 2014, 11:05 AM.
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Thank you JCP.

The arm thing through me, I was trying to figure out if that was suppose to mean something.

I hope he does more short films, but I want him back on one of the soaps too.
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