Common Senses
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Common Senses
The disappearance of a little boy becomes the catalyst for an unlikely relationship between two troubled souls (Holly Montgomery-Webb and Luis A. Perez) in the experimental indie drama Common Senses. Shot on handheld camera with verite-like naturalism and improvised dialogue and acting, the film was helmed by five different directors -- Dennis Belogorsky, M.T. Cozzola, Mary Filice, Daniel J. Pico, and Alexander Rojas -- for a truly collaborative approach to DIY filmmaking.