Blindfold: A 9/11-Themed Short Film

Blindfold is a short film by Teace Snyder about the strained relationship between Tim, a widower father, and Eve, his pre-teen daughter, as they try to reconcile the emotional devastation 9/11 has caused their family.

10 Comments on "Blindfold: A 9/11-Themed Short Film"

  1. wow such a original idea

  2. wow such a original idea

    • BuzzCoastin | Jan 8, 2012 at 6:00 am |

      you’re absolutely correct
      there is absolutely nothing original about the idea
      that the American government uses lies and intimidation
      to subjugate the subjects it calls citizens

      i wish people would stop bringing this to our attention
      it interrupts my enjoyment of Jersey Shore and the GOP debates

      you have the right to remain silent

      • Thank you Buzz.  I was moved by this piece.  Summarizes the essential dilemma behind 9/11.  Coming to grips with reality, no matter how horrific is our salvation.

  3. you’re absolutely correct
    there is absolutely nothing original about the idea
    that the American government uses lies and intimidation
    to subjugate the subjects it calls citizens

    i wish people would stop bringing this to our attention
    it interrupts my enjoyment of Jersey Shore and the GOP debates

  4. you’re absolutely correct
    there is absolutely nothing original about the idea
    that the American government uses lies and intimidation
    to subjugate the subjects it calls citizens

    i wish people would stop bringing this to our attention
    it interrupts my enjoyment of Jersey Shore and the GOP debates

  5. Camron Wiltshire | Jan 8, 2012 at 10:23 pm |

    Thank you Buzz.  I was moved by this piece.  Summarizes the essential dilemma behind 9/11.  Coming to grips with reality, no matter how horrific is our salvation.

  6. Erikheintz | Jan 9, 2012 at 7:39 pm |

    great short, the sound is super low though.

  7. Erikheintz | Jan 9, 2012 at 3:39 pm |

    great short, the sound is super low though.

  8. The girl that plays eve goes to my high school.

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