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#1 anchorlessfilms

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Posted 24 March 2008 - 12:43 AM



any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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#2 Billy Furnett

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Posted 24 March 2008 - 10:25 AM

I found it initially cool by way of being unexpected.
I like the shot at 1:25 and some of the shots that detail what takes place at the end.

The acting is what it is and overall it obviously could have looked better, but to me what stands out most favorably between script, shots and editing is, the audience is taken to the mat by the story pretty quickly, and it doesn?t relent from there.

Granted it IS short, but if this were (for example) a teaser sequence in a TV show,
it would work for me, the storyline (or objective is this case) is clear, it amps up into a fervor and then it?s gone, and from that I?d be hooked and would have to keep watching through a commercial or two and the opening theme/credits to see what happens. I?d have to know.

I find merit in the simple yet compelling urgency of the storyline as well as the transposing or giving of life to it on screen.

I?ve seen shorts that looked 100 times better, but that have also sucked 1000 times worse, so for what it is, I think it?s cool.

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