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Watch 12th & Final Episode Of Relationship Comedy/Drama Web Series 'Smoke And Mirrors'

by Sergio
November 23, 2013 1:02 PM
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Smoke and Mirrors

Here is the final episode of the comedy/drama relationship web series Smoke and Mirrors, created by Atlanta based filmmakers Artemus Jenkins and KarynRose Bruyning.

Jenkins told us that making this webs series “has been a very fruitful and gratifying experience and as I mentioned last time, both he and Bruyning have some new projects that they are currently working on that they are very excited about.

In this final episode, according to Artemus, time has come for Dixon to truly take a look at the man in the mirror, but despite all that has happened will he even recognize where and why he must implement change?

Jenkins starred in the series which was written and directed by Bruyning.

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  • Deri Tyton | November 24, 2013 1:05 PMReply

    I love this series... It's always a risk to anything like this, and guess what, they pulled it off. I stuck with it and they surprised me as it went. I can't wait for season II.

  • Knight3k | November 23, 2013 2:44 PMReply

    You're the only one who's watching this web series Sergio. I don't understand why you keep featuring it when it's obvious nobody cares but then you don't feature other web series to see if your readers will watch and comment on them. Are you friends with the creators or somthing? Is that what it takes? smh.

  • Eheheh | November 25, 2013 11:08 AM

    Only if its already popular or made by a friend of the blog.

  • Merci | November 25, 2013 10:23 AM

    I thought the same thing. We do reviews of webseries now? Should I submit mine? What is the process to get reviewed?

  • Deri Tyton | November 24, 2013 1:08 PM

    I know Sergio personally, and he is the kind of man that doesn't not play with film/Video production. He has some thoughts that I don't always agree with, but he is a light bearer; shining light on things that we should be aware of. Thanks Sergio.

  • CC | November 23, 2013 8:44 PM

    KNIGHT3K, you have the wrong man. Sergio doesn't have a personal relationship with this web series, he's just doing his specialty. That is, he presents/highlights/posts information which may fall in the categories of "controversial", different, lost & forgotten.

    In reference to this web series, it's basically Sergio's follow-up on its creator, Artemus Jenkins, who previously made the web series documentary, P.O.P, about the lives of performers at an Atlanta strip club. Yep, different and controversial.

    So Sergio introduced her followup (this series) to S&A's readers.

    Btw, he is not the only one watching. Check out the following comment from a long-time S&A reader:

    "I know I'm really late but I happened upon the web series on my FB newsfeed. I couldn't stop laughing out loud, it was hilarious. I just subscribed to it with hopes that the series grows and develops and the creator is able to see the success that Issa Rae is currently seeing. I'm actually, kind of, excited" ~ D.A. | June 25, 2013 10:47

  • Carl | November 23, 2013 3:39 PM

    You sound butt hurt. You submitted something and didn't get a reply huh? lol

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