The Robbery (Jim Cummings, 2017)


The Robbery is a story about a girl with a lot of problems, so when she tries to rob a store everything goes just fine.

This is an incredibly subtle movie that is not only implemented on the highest professional level possible, but is also true to life, elegant, and simple. It’s great, because the story is full of attractions, none of which is forced, quite the contrary – they naturally arise from the situation itself, and by piling up on top of each other they make it complex and, I’d say, rather deep. But why read all this? See for yourself:

P.S.: Jim Cummings is amazingly gifted; I hope he’ll shoot something full-length soon.


Time: ~10m
Released in: 2017
Directed by: Jim Cummings
Written by: Jim Cummings, Dustin Hahn
Performed by: Rae Gray, Waymond Lee, Matt Miller
Entertaining quality5+ out of 5
Art quality:  5+ out of 5

IMDB page: link

(v. 4.8)
®shoomow, 2017
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