From the Independent Critic:
“The Lost Journal of Vice Marceaux” is, without a doubt, this week’s most ambitious short film. Clocking in at 15 minutes, the film is a remarkably intelligent film written and directed by J.R. Burningham. Inspired by a true story, “The Lost Journal of Vice Marceaux” is a period piece set in the late 1800’s about a physician whose faith is destroyed when he loses his entire family during a small pox epidemic. As the epidemic continues, the physician eventually makes a startling discovery that may, in fact, prove scientifically the existence of God.
Published: September 8, 2008