In part 2 of my conversation with Darrell Lake. We watched and discussed his short film “Land of Dry Bones,” when a grocery store altercation turns violent, a father must come to terms with his deeply troubling past as a child soldier from Sierra Leone.
“Lake displays complete control over his masterful framing of action sequences, skillful directing of actors, in addition to crafting an effective sociopolitical commentary and a treatise on “unboxing our memories” and PTSD. What other goals could a filmmaker wish to attain in a 14-minute film? Bravo.” – Film Threat
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