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Has anybody seen "The Legend of Lucy Keyes"?


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#1 Tim O'Connor

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Posted 22 August 2007 - 11:07 PM

I just saw this film, shot in about 22 days I believe, in Central Massachusetts.
I'm curious what people might think of it. I'm especailly interested in how people
feel about the DVCPRO-HD look, which is what I use a lot now, although on
an HVX-200 which is great but much less expensive than the Varicam, and
also I haven't run any uncompressed DVCPRO-HD through a 2K D.I. as
did this project.

I'd love some opinions if you get to check it out.


Hey, it's got Julie Delpy. Why wouldn't you watch it?
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#2 Jeff Clegg

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Posted 28 August 2007 - 10:10 PM

Haven't seen it yet, but I do remember hearing about it a while ago. Where did you see it? I would love to check it out...
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#3 Tim O'Connor

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Posted 28 August 2007 - 11:33 PM

Haven't seen it yet, but I do remember hearing about it a while ago. Where did you see it? I would love to check it out...



Hi Jeff. I watched it on DVD, rented from a Boston video store but probably easily
available elsewhere. If you're in New Hampshire you might enjoy it also because
it was shot in Central Mass. (Princeton) and has a ton of New England crew,actors,
connections so you may know some of them.
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