Deborah Vancelette has created a thoroughly engaging film with BLINK. By setting audiences up for a charming short about a harried woman's day from hell, and then smacking them upside the head with a surprise ending. Not only that, but Vancelette delivers a pitch-perfect, unselfconscious performance in the lead role. With an economy of image, action, and plot, Vancelette shows a mature control of the medium lacking in many veteran directors, let alone first-time filmmakers like herself. A favorite among audiences at the Chlotrudis Awards Short Film Festival in Boston, BLINK should be at the top of the list of any festival-goer.
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