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Magazine review

  1. 1. Magazine Released: Friday 3rd December 2010 Certificate: PG (Parental Guidance) Directors: Livvy Free, Sarra Reyes-Wilson, Kieran Tatum Cast: Murrie Collins, Jak Frain- Wilson, Holly Glackin, Livvy Free, Kieran Tatum Running time: 4 minutes, 3 seconds Tragic, moving, real!Forever Young! A compelling storyabout a common issue - based on thecleverly titled ‘Think!’ adverts -touches every member of anaudience in a way not thoughtpossible from something with arunning time of only 4 minutes!From a split second of stupidity, tothe devastating sight of a mother’sheartbreak, the audience are taken on Unlike any other short film of thisan extreme personal journey evoking The up and coming creators of genre, ‘Forever Young!’ shows a morea range of different emotions, which ‘Forever Young!’, Sarra Reyes- in-depth and personal insight into theare continuous and constant Wilson, Livvy Free and Kieran lives that are effected by thethroughout the powerful 4 minutes. Tatum, demonstrate the exciting consequences of one of many smallIt places each audience member in a and promising future of and simple decisions that are mademore than frustrating position as a television and film, attacking the each day. Guiding the audience intohelpless on-looker, having no control growing issues of society in such parallel worlds conveys what wouldof the situation, and allows them to a powerful way, it will make have happened with each decision andrelate it back to their own lives; anyone think twice! the impact this would have on thewhether it’s their son, brother, or people involved.friend. 11 Issue date: December

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