A man alone in a bomb shelter after the bomb drops broadcasts a radio show to anyone who will listen and talks to anyone who radios back.
Much too short film is killer show reel for Travis Mitchell. On screen for the entire film, he gives what should be a star making performance as a man trapped alone after the end of the world. Mitchell is scary good in the “if Oscar looked at shorts, he’d win one” sort of good.
I loved everything about it, and I have to put writer director Jordan Rosenblum on my list of people to follow list. I would love to see what he would do with a feature…
Which brings me to the thought that I’d love to see a longer version of this film. There is so much more that can be done with this and as it goes the film begins to introduce things that bleed off the screen. This could be a stunning feature- especially with Mitchell and Rosenblum continuing on.