‘Heir’ – Analogy to the Real Monsters Walking Among Us…
“Starring Bill Oberst Jr. (Resolution, Circus of the Dead, Take this Lollipop) and Robert Nolan (Familiar, Berkshire Country, Silent Retreat) who give amazing performances in their respective roles as Monster and Father. A strong chemistry is held between them and the tension never ends. It’s like I was holding my breath waiting for the next line every time and the exciting relief at the end of the film. Paired with intense lighting and camera angles, you have no choice but to admire Heir in all of its artistry.
Most importantly, Heir is interesting enough even without a personalized statement from Powell. The plot is simple enough and well written for anyone to follow. However, I can see where it may not be as clear to the general public on what they just watched and the full scope of Powell’s message. Needless to say, Heir is a phenomenal work. It’s always a pleasure to see directors such as Powell make such jarring analogies about the real life terrors we face.”
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