Quick Flick Review: “Faithful” needed less Histrionics, more Subtlety

Faithful is a psychological thriller about a woman named Lauren who’s struggling in her relationship with a cheating husband.

I often have the opportunity to review short films by aspiring Directors. By nature the budgets are minimal and the scripts spare. Still, the end result varies widely in terms of quality. The new short “Faithful” falls somewhere in the middle of the spectrum.

Watch my Video Review for my full take……

Directed By: Niklas Berggren

Starring: Clarissa Hoffmann, Ellis Miller, Cynthia Strahan, Eve Coquillard, Sarah Schulte, Eddy Lee

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  • Acting - 5/10
  • Cinematography - 7/10
  • Plot/Screenplay - 6/10
  • Setting/Theme - 6/10


Niklas Berggren’s story is well produced but the performances grate.

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One thought on “Quick Flick Review: “Faithful” needed less Histrionics, more Subtlety

  1. My first time watching the film since I became a boxxy software user and I like it. By the way, the adult content is awesome!

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