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“No matter how hard you try to create and maintain your world or your perception of yourself there are some things you just can’t control. That’s why I purposely left the ending ambiguous. The audience can decide which ending works for them.” – says director Judy Starkman about ”The Six O’Clock”  – a tightly crafted, elegantly photographed short film. More here. 

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