Styx

My niece Riley just made her first film. I think it’s awesome. There’s some wonderful raw talent here.

I am so looking forward to seeing whatever she does next!

 

 

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6 thoughts on “Styx

  1. Ricki

    She’s quite talented! I cried in the middle of the grocery store which is where I watched it for the first time. It’s an amazing work from a young girl’s first attempt. So proud of my granddaughter.

  2. Wow! I did NOT expect that from the beginning. A meditation on love, and loss, and the aftermath of tragedy coming from someone so young. She certainly has a future in telling stories.

  3. Oh, and titling it ‘Styx’ should’ve given me a clue. That was really clever, that river we can’t cross (until we do).

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