This is probably one of the best B high school films I’ve ever seen. The bonus shows that filmmakers are relatively newbs, especially writer and director Mikhael Bassilli where the film was his first full-length film full of one short previous film in which he continued.
The directing was good with zero complaints, and he directed his characters without trying. The story was by no means a revolution of its kind, but it was driven by character and unique enough to keep you attached to the screen. Aside from the small structure and technical problems, it was always suspicious, and the story continued with good continuity and solidarity. The 93-minute operating time was correct, as time went by. The cinematography was very good, and the points were perfect and appropriate – a rare find in B films, which is often overpowering, irritating, arrogant and inappropriate.