Watch Sci-Fi Adventure Short Film 'Omission' About A Man With The Ability To Absorb Energy

From Shadow and Act Tue Nov 13 2012, 16:26:58

Speaking of black sci-fi... I'm of course referring to Courtney's post last week that generated lots of discussion (read it HERE if you missed it). Here's a short film sent to me by filmmaker Justin Bellow, titled Omission, which he describes as a sci-fi adventure film that centers on a young man who discovers he has the ability to absorb energy. I'd say that Mr Bellow definitely shows promise based on this short film alone, and I'd like to see how he progresses from here. Watch Omission below:

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