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Small movies can be tough to judge. One almost always gives them the benefit of the doubt because itís known thereís zero budget and a lot of people worked their asses off in order to create something they all believed in. However, that doesnít mean the audience has to like it. With Dust & Death, I wanted to dig it. The characters seemed interesting at first as a woman looks at the sea with fascination and then another woman has someone trapped in a closet and delivers him food with an eerie smile. Unfortunately, the thing falls apart after that, as it goes nowhere. The pacing and editing seem so off that the temptation to simply hit the fast forward button became nearly irresistible. I resisted, but damn, it was tough.