I See You

Synopsis

How far can a man go to get the girl of his dreams? Is it love that he is after? Is it lust? Is he even a man at this point? The human brain is a very complex organ as it serves as the moral compass of human behavior. These are the questions that a man is struggling to answer.

Review

2/5
A tense thriller about a woman and her stalker.
Written and directed by Kristen Desantis, with Corey Davis as co-director, ‘I See You’ is a short thriller film that explores a man’s disturbing surveillance on a young woman. Taylor Entrekin stars as The Woman, with Corey Davis as The Stalker. The low-budget production is filmed entirely without dialogue and explores themes of obsession, crime and infatuation. ‘I See You’ relies solely on suspense to captivate the audience. A chilling watch.

The 9-minute film opens with the young woman leaving her house, unaware she is being watch by an admirer through binoculars. The stalker follows her to a local café, where he observes her interactions with a friend – disguised by a broadsheet newspaper. Later, the stalker turns vengeful after witnessing her close contact with another man. Infuriated by jealousy, the stalker enters her property with a loaded gun.

I See You Short Film
Kirsten Desantis has created an acceptable film with the aim to keep the audience on tender hooks. Despite a gripping plot-line, the film fails to excel in characterization and acting delivery. The short is produced with an extremely low production value, highlighted by low quality cinematography and sound. A reasonable first-time/student production. The 9-minute runtime exceeds what is necessary for the narrative and appears strung-out midway through. A few adjustments might just save this thriller.

Cast/Crew

Director(s): Corey Davis, Kristen Desantis
Writer(s): Kristen Desantis
Cast: Corey Davis, Jake Hanes, Kristen Desantis, Taylor Entrekin
Producer(s): Corey Davis, Kristen Desantis
Director of Photography:
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Specifications

Genre: Thriller
Subjects: Body Image, Crime, Loneliness, Murder, Psychology, Psychopath
Country: United States
Language: English
Year: 2021
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Cast/Crew

Director(s): Corey Davis, Kristen Desantis
Writer(s): Kristen Desantis
Cast: Corey Davis, Jake Hanes, Kristen Desantis, Taylor Entrekin
Producer(s): Corey Davis, Kristen Desantis
Director of Photography:
Editor(s):
Animation:
Sound:
Music:
Miscellaneous:

Specifcations

Genre: Thriller
Subjects: Body Image, Crime, Loneliness, Murder, Psychology, Psychopath
Country: United States
Language: English
Year: 2021

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I See You

Synopsis

How far can a man go to get the girl of his dreams? Is it love that he is after? Is it lust? Is he even a man at this point? The human brain is a very complex organ as it serves as the moral compass of human behavior. These are the questions that a man is struggling to answer.

Review

A tense thriller about a woman and her stalker.

2/5
Written and directed by Kristen Desantis, with Corey Davis as co-director, ‘I See You’ is a short thriller film that explores a man’s disturbing surveillance on a young woman. Taylor Entrekin stars as The Woman, with Corey Davis as The Stalker. The low-budget production is filmed entirely without dialogue and explores themes of obsession, crime and infatuation. ‘I See You’ relies solely on suspense to captivate the audience. A chilling watch.

The 9-minute film opens with the young woman leaving her house, unaware she is being watch by an admirer through binoculars. The stalker follows her to a local café, where he observes her interactions with a friend – disguised by a broadsheet newspaper. Later, the stalker turns vengeful after witnessing her close contact with another man. Infuriated by jealousy, the stalker enters her property with a loaded gun.

I See You Short Film
Kirsten Desantis has created an acceptable film with the aim to keep the audience on tender hooks. Despite a gripping plot-line, the film fails to excel in characterization and acting delivery. The short is produced with an extremely low production value, highlighted by low quality cinematography and sound. A reasonable first-time/student production. The 9-minute runtime exceeds what is necessary for the narrative and appears strung-out midway through. A few adjustments might just save this thriller.

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