This is a spectacular independent film and perhaps the future of film distribution. It's more targeted to folks like my son, but I still enjoyed it. The story accurately depicts all the awkwardness of getting into a relationship. It's slightly edgy at times, but I suppose that's realistic (and I am getting old). The messages behind the movie are timely and valid for any teenager, discovering themselves and each other in their young lives.
O faatonu ua lagolagoina nei e Spout - o tagata uma e saini, Spout o le a avatua le $ 1 e fesoasoani totogi ai mo le ata. Faʻapea foi, le website e iai le faleʻoloa e mafai ai ona e download mai le tifaga, oka le DVD, aumai se mitiafu, ma isi.
Taʻavale toʻafā mo Monsters e Fa mata
E avanoa le ata atoa mo le 1 vaiaso i luga YouTube. It's a cool movie – check it out. I would love to see a movie like this provide enough income for the directors to continue their work. Isn't that a fantastic means of marketing and distributing movies? I don't believe you will find a movie with the honesty and realism of Four Eyed Monsters in any mainstream production company.