The Garden: A young girl briefly escapes her mother’s grasp, discovering nature within the city’s chaos.
Directed by Jason Stefaniak
An amazing short!! It is very well done!
A wonderful and wondrous movie.
oh my god JASON! That was FANTASTIC! Congrats on a great film!
Mommies!! Watch your little ones at all times!! A truly lovely
movie. Quite enjoyable
Well done short film . Makes you think about the important things in life.
Amazing job Mr. Stefaniak! Wonderful film and so reflective of today’s time. Families everywhere should watch this! I’m so proud of you!
Lovely and original.A real professional work.
A wonderful take on the taste in the first Garden.
Every parent should have to see this film. It is Wonderful.
What a wonderful film! It expresses something I think about so often – captures it brilliantly. I hope many, many people see it and reconsider their electronic childrearing habits!
Congratulations Jason. I enjoyed this film a lot. I love the last shot before the credits.
Would love to be able to show this to some of the parents I see at school. Great reminder of our priorities. Thanks.
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I loved it Jason. Well done!
wow. just wow.
Love it!!! Nice work.
Charming and sad and lovely. Great scoring, camera work and casting. I liked that it was in b/w. It made you concentrate more the the story than the image.
WONDERFUL, A COMMENT ON OUR TIMES. CHILDREN ARE NOT ALLOWED TO HAVE TIME AWAY FROM THE COMPUTER AGE.
Love this short— a story for our time — the girl discoveres the real world as Mom is locked into her phone and texting. I love the ending that indicates that the girl is not going back to the unreal now that she has touched the real.
Hope it airs dude! See you at school in a few weeks!
Had a very hard time choosing the Indian characters short over this- I’d vote for both if possible
Wonderful close up of the girl eating the tomato. Such a serene segment. I love the contrast of the silence in the garden to the noise of the street.