An Amarillo Filmmaker’s ‘Walking Papers’ is Streaming on Amazon Prime
I came across a news article from KAMR about a local filmmaker whose film landed on Amazon Prime. As a Prime subscriber, I decided I had to watch.
'Walking Papers' runs 22 minutes, and follows a security guard's last day on the job. From the moment the film starts, you know it was filmed in our area, which really does a great job setting the mood for the story.
My favorite writers/directors are Guy Ritchie and Quentin Tarantino. I love their dialogue and the way the story never plays out just how you expect it to.
That last part is what I liked about 'Walking Papers.' I wasn't sure what to expect when I started it, and I definitely didn't expect the ending I received.
That part made my 22 minutes really enjoyable, and it left me with a smile on my face. Congrats to Micheal Willbanks on a story very well written.
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