Twilight Storytellers: Short Movie Reviews Series - Part 4 "Sunrise"
Hello, everyone! I'm back, and I'm here to continue the Twilight Storytellers Review Series, and today I'm reviewing "Sunrise." Only three more after this one. I'm feeling a little said it's about to come to an end. But enough about that, let's get onto the review!
"Sunrise" is directed by Amanda Tasse, and it is a short film about the lives of Tia and Benjamin before they became vampires. Viewers see how Tia and Benjamin met, how they grew up, how they were forced apart, and how they came back together.
I will preface this by saying that this is one of the top two videos I've been excited for. I loved Benjamin in the books/movie, so I was ready for this. Awe, Benjamin and Tia! They are so cute! Flashbacks are a tricky thing. In this case, I think it worked. I love how Benjamin went up against a vampire, and he didn't immediately die. I'm even impressed by the sparkle effects. Tia touches my soul. Tia is the best, and her devotion to Benjamin despite his vampire is so beautiful. The sunrise effect was a little wonky for me, but I think the ending credit sequence makes up for it. I'm surprised how much of Tia and Benjamin's life we got in ten minutes, but I think it makes this short film fast-paced, and a contender for the top Twilight Story.
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