A kind film review

The film critic for the Illinois Times, Chuck Koplinski, was nice enough to preview several of this weekend’s films for the Route 66 Film Festival. He had some nice comments to make about “And Seven Hours Later…”

“This quirky little comedy about how inter-office cliques are shattered once two co-workers from vastly different departments wind up stuck in an elevator for seven hours is a wonderful example of effective economic filmmaking. Running a scant seven minutes, director Lynelle White puts her two actors through the ringer in this cute emotional rollercoaster of a movie.”

Thanks Chuck! To read the entire article, click here.