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The film Eye contact deserves a rating of 3 out of 5 stars. The purpose of this rating of the film was the lack of the scary/ creepy factor of the film. In the film, it consists of two main characters the Shadow figure and the female runner. The short film takes place in a little running trail, a light house, and in an actual house. The film begins with us following the female runner through her path until he gets to the top of a lighthouse. As she looks down she sees a shadow figure and decides to ignore it until she realizes that it was following her. She begins to run for her life to get away from the shadow only for it to catch up at the end. The plot was simple and the ending was kind of predictable. While watching the film the main source of the suspense builds up was the use of imagery. In
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