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I saw Angela Trimbur in other films and would like to see more of her in future features. She definitely has talent and I see upward success for her in the industry. Trimbur is a favorite for castings to be monitoring. Keep in mind that there is a high percentage of award-winning films having new faces that bring in the high sales volume. She comes highly-respected and is easy to work with due to her professional personality. The film is quirky and flows with the today's trends and lifestyles. Very funny conversations and situations where no speech is necessary to convey the message. Scenes and angles, colors and contrasts are well photographed. Soundtrack could be louder in a few places, but overall, an entertaining film. Keep up the great work. I look forward to seeing more!
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