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STARRING
Adam Carbone, Sissy O'Hara and Stephen O'Neil Martin
DIRECTED BY
Christian de Rezendes
SCREENPLAY
Stephen O'Neil Martin
RUNNING TIME
10 Mins.
 

 "It Might Be Me" is the Latest Short from Breaking Branches Productions 
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It Might Be Me is a light-hearted 10-minute short film written by Stephen O'Neil Martin and directed by Christian de Rezendes about a father, played by Martin, who tries to teach his son Zach (Adam Carbone) a valuable lesson about taking care of his belongings and discovers that he, in fact, may be part of the problem. 

Based on a true story, It Might Be Me is a light and breezy short with pleasing performances from its ensemble cast that also includes Sissy O'Hara as the mother. The film features an entertaining score from Stephen Gilbane and the usual pristine lensing from director Christian de Rezendes. 

It seems like every once in a while, we get a lighter and more fun effort from Breaking Branches Productions, the same outfit responsible for such winners as Raising Matty Christian and Revealed: Portraits from Beneath One's Surface. 

For more information on It Might Be Me, visit the Breaking Branches Pictures website. 

© Written by Richard Propes
The Independent Critic

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