Hey You! Watch This Cool Short Starring Chester See

/ Jul 16, 2013

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The short film below stars Hailey Bright and Chester See as a couple of beautiful people out on their first date. Based on our keen knowledge of cinema, we can gather that they just watched Quentin Tarantino’s “Kill Bill, Vol. 1.”

Great movie! But oh no, they seem to be in a shady part of the neighborhood, surrounded by shady-looking men, doing shady things like drinking booze right out of the bottle.

It’s not good news for the lovebirds, or — as plot descriptions like these usually go — so we think. Check it out, it’s a very well shot and choreographed short film, with a nice reveal at the end to boot.

First Impressions” is directed by Leo Kei Angelos, who also helped coordinate the fight sequence in partnership with the Thousand Pounds Action Company, and written by Angelos and George Ruiz, president of Intelligent Artists. Ruiz also produced the short film, his first. The baddie is played by Doug Jones (“Hellboy,” “Pan’s Labyrinth”).

 

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