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Bernie and Rebecca (2016) Short Film Review

Oh, the tale of the blind date. It is always equal parts sad, desperate, and inexplicably sweet.¬†Bernie and Rebecca¬†may take place at the tail end of such a story, but it still maintains these identifiable tones. It begins at Rebecca’s (Brianna Barnes) front door, where Bernie (Kyle Davis) explains that he does not go by the name Bernard. It is an intriguing opening monologue, explaining the personality differences between shorthand vs. formal names.


The film continues with dialogue of this nature. It is what you would expect from date conversation, but it is not Continue reading Bernie and Rebecca (2016) Short Film Review