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Synopsis

My better half is invulnerable to fear. Each time she and I watch anything remotely terrifying she sits by, stone confronted, while I get goosebumps on my arms, blow a gasket at each hop unnerve, and cover one of my eyes in foresight. She’s a champ, unflappable. Minutes into “Vicious” by Oliver Park, she was hopping right alongside me.

So regularly, short movies of each class are truly just portrays that vibe fragmented. In ‘Vicious’, Park figures out how to do what such a large number of different chiefs and essayists neglect to do, he fits a whole story into a film just twelve minutes in length. The story itself is basic yet Park figures out how to let it know structuredly with no discourse to help things along. Depending on visuals and edges to set the tone and move the story, you’re made up for lost time and contributed from the principal unsettling scene.

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