Believable actors acting in a very credible setting. The movie works a lot until the last shot. Unfortunately, the ending is a big let down for one detail. While the hit is okay (wouldn\'t want to hit the little girl for real by accident), the next scene is implausible and asks awkwardly for the viewer to believe that the woman doesn\'t see the little girl even if it wouldn\'t be the case. I\'m being picky, I can\'t tell you enough how I loved the first minute of your movie.
i REALLY liked this one a lot. i almost voted for it and probably would have it it would have ended wight after the old man sat down. i didnt like the introduction of the lady at the end and it sounded like someone off screen said \"very helpful\" or something like that. FUNNNNY idea, tho. especially since it was an old man and a little girl. picture and audio was really good, too.
Good acting in this. Funny concept--I saw it coming, but I\'m not sure that\'s a negative.
Aww likkle wee kiddo! Yup I like this, it captivates the audience well and has the humerously tedious buildup to the hilarious ending. Lovely jubbly!
Uh, yeah, kind of disturbing when you really think about it.
Really enjoyed the beginning of it, couldn\'t quite understand the audio at the end (is he speaking English before she says I\'ll take two), but the whole run up of him filling a sock was great, especially since he didn\'t have a quarter supposedly!
Carboni you make some good movies. Great premise and I love that you got actors who fit the part. I wish the dude was putting batteries in the sock instead of change, since socks with batteries are pretty funny. A more sickening smack when he hits the girl would have been nice.
My only problem is I wish the madness escalated after the woman runs up. Like she calls the cops and all the cops want to do it drink the lemonade. Or the cops knock both the dude and the woman out and then take over the stand. Maybe it could just keep going on and on with more and more people taking the stand over and more and more bodies piling up in the background.
The Phantom Monk