Official Selection Young Independent People FF Seattle 2017, Bellingham Film Annual Showcase 2017
As a young girl questions her reality, she must first resolve her view of free will. Is her fate predetermined, or can it constantly be revised?
This is director Colton Van Til’s fourth short film.
More info on The Constant Revision (2016) (Dramatic Short Film)
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