He plays the sweetheart of the old woman’s great girl, so he’s a really huge part of the story. For reasons unknown, he is really an extremely intriguing character and Sean Martini depicts him consummately. To such an extent, that I practically felt terrible for disdaining him at first.
What I truly detracted from viewing The Caretaker is the way that an awesome story or extraordinary characters can convey a motion picture, yet when you have both, the enchantment starts to happen. There’s no enormous spending plan behind this motion picture, yet you won’t consider that while watching it. Both sound and pictures are fresh, so your emphasis will stay on the story. Likewise, they figure out how to give you some genuine understanding to a few of the characters, which is no little deed for a motion picture with a runtime of only 80 minutes.