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Review: About The Pink Sky

“Kobayashi’s nonchalant writing and deft direction of his first time actors make About A Pink Sky a solid debut, but the intimacy and inner conflict he creates with a shallow focus field and hand held cinematography brings the picture up a notch. Through teenage reckless abandon and a world stripped of both visual and aural extraneous noise, Kobayashi is able to remove the social shields of youth to unveil one of humanity’s greatest gifts, compassion and understanding that beams through the awkward fog of aged humor.”

About The Pink Sky


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“Kobayashi’s nonchalant writing and deft direction of his first time actors make About A Pink Sky a solid debut, but the intimacy and inner conflict he creates with a shallow focus field and hand held cinematography brings the picture up a notch. Through teenage reckless abandon and a world stripped of both visual and aural extraneous noise, Kobayashi is able to remove the social shields of youth to unveil one of humanity’s greatest gifts, compassion and understanding that beams through the awkward fog of aged humor.”

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