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  • Christopher Fountain

    Wonderful story. It's so refreshingly unique. And great dialogue which is terribly lacking in TV and film. The cast and crew did an outstanding job in bringing this story to life. And you Mr. Hartofilis, are a master craftsmen. I envy you your talents. I'm looking forward to your future works in film (and/or publications). Kudos to you and don't forget to savor the moments. Now take your seat at the head of the class.

  • Debbi Reinschmiedt

    Survival in the big water requires floating and swimming. Most of us learn to float before we swim because it's safer... but it the swimming that brings us joy. We live for joy! Keep swimming... look forward to your story, Sean! #GOOD work!

  • Melissa

    at 20, my son is an aspiring actor, writer, director. he would like to make people laugh, but is often lacking for inspiration or drive. i think this movie will have an especially great impact on him and am looking forward to it myself. : )

  • tommyday3

    I respect and admire Sean's passion and drive. He's living the dream. Cash poor, soul rich.