Heart-wrenching and humorous, this petite drama of gender and family affects me deeply. The terror of: acceptance coming only after the fact. I highly recommend this, but especially to anyone for whom gender (mis)identification is a part of their life.
That is one great short story. It makes you smile, keeps you interested and makes you think. It's made the way all such stories should be made. And most of all the story is based on a brilliant idea that gives the final blow and keeps you pleasantly surprised with whole bunch of new thoughts in your head. For me, it's perfect. It's exactly what I expect from short film stories.
This was a nice short. I quite liked the old west transition and the style that came along with it, as well as the reveal. It was the opening that was a little weak, especially the director's read of the mall's name, which irritated me for some reason. I enjoyed it overall, but it also felt a little too short to really get anything profound or affecting across.