“Sons of Noone”- review

Contributed by @JeromeFitts

If you are sitting there in search of a film that will entertain the norm, then “Sons Of No One” suits. From the beginning, Director Hans Vannetelbosch and his production team did a remarkable job of collecting the reality onto film. Kudos to the cinematography and set designer on this short film. The only flaw in this film is it’s simply too short.

“You would want to see the ending of this film as well as put on a pot of coffee afterwards for an in-house discussion.”

The film itself puts the viewer into the setting of a conversation at a dinner table, a family gathering and a deep conversation at the pub. Vannetelbosch managed to captivate the unfairness of government social systems as well as highlight those who strive to uphold their morality cup within that system.

Does it work? Watch the film!

Directed by: Hans Vannetelbosch 

Credits: Yassine Agezal, Nora Alberdi Perez, Carlo Bosco, Louis de Villers

Click Here to watch the film for free on Filmocracy:

© Licensed by Radiator IP Sales  / Bekke Films.2017

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