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Poignant Pestilence: ‘The Plague’ Inflicts Complex Pain On Its Protagonist

By Jacob Oller Illnesses both fantastic and tragically realistic infect this short. fter premiering at Fantasia Film Festival, The Plague went on to short festival success as its sickness-hunting genre blend ran through audiences like the flu. That makes sense because it is as riveting as it is professionally-shot: the warm hues from the lighting and color correction […] The article Poignant Pestilence: ‘The Plague’ Inflicts Complex Pain On Its Protagonist appeared first on Film School Rejects.
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