The Photographer

My family downloaded The Photographer for me from Behemoth on my 19th birthday. We watched it the following day, and found it to be exceptional in quality and construction. There are some books that do not follow the normal way of writing, and keep you in a state of feeling odd. These books are sometimes disliked, but if one actually thinks about what he is reading, then they are loved. This movie is like those types of books. It was written more like a good book than a normal movie, which I like. The acting was above average for an independant Christian film: quite good enough for the requirements made by the characters and the plot. The inclusion of Tennyson’s poems was a fascinating and brilliant touch. The period feel and replication was very good. The movie was short, but well worth it.

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