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Film Review: Peuriscope (short film) (2016)

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Salyma, a 25 years old model, is in NYC for a shooting and she speaks with her fans on periscope, but something really strange happen in her room…


More short films today, kiddies! We have PEURISCOPE directed by Kevin Mendibourne.

This is a very short film, so I can’t say a whole lot without giving it away. Basically a model named Salyma (the actress’ real name, according to the credits) is having some video chat time on location at her lush condo/apartment/hotel.

Her followers start noticing something going on in the background and try to warn her, but she thinks they are pranking her.



Yea that’s all you’re gonna get from me.

I do like that the film uses a social media platform like Periscope as the setting for the story. These are the sort of urban legends we hear about all the time and it makes a perfect setting in which to set a scary story.

Short, sweet, to the point, and not bad at all.

Using my special short scale of one to five, five being awesome, I’m giving this film 3 likes.


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