When you first look at the premise of James E. Duff's Hank and Asha, one wonders how quickly it's main conceit of telling its story through video letters can last before it turns off the viewer. But as I glided through the budding love story between Hank (Andrew Pastides) and Asha (the exquisite Mahira Kakkar), I became entranced by the way the story was being told. Duff made a smart choice to keep the film relatively short by most narrative feature's standards at just 73 minutes. Co-written with Julia Morrison, the film has a decidedly modern flair to it, not just in its usage of video letters as the means to deliver the story, but the global nature of connection made between Hank and Asha.
Our Day Will Come, Mr Nobody says As I Lay Dying becoming the Birth of the Living Dead. Bastards, the Last Love is Sal, the Best Man Down Ass Backwards. Losers Take All from the Man of Tai Chi, the Haunter.
Drama, action, sci-fi, horror, comedy as well as two James Franco movies!
Question of the week:
What's your favorite time travel movie?
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