Ohh interesting, it looked too good to be the A7, but I haven't see anything from the A7RII before, so that's pretty sweet. The glass helped considerably and your steadicam work was pretty darn good.
My school had just purchased both an a7sii and an a7rii a few weeks prior. From what I've been told is that the APS-C on the a7rii is much better than the a7sii. So we went with that camera. Yes, the glass helped a ton. And thank you, I've been really pushing myself in steadicam lately.
The blocking & the Steadicam shot were the two things that stood out for me. Very nice. I was looking for a bit more of a story arc - as it stands, it's basically just a snapshot of her life. It would be nice to see the larger picture.
Thanks Bill. Yes, the story arc is my biggest worry. I tried to show her turning from a drug fiend with no care to turn her life around, into a much more helpless victim of the streets (mostly with the last shot). But I don't think that growth as a character was translated to the screen very well on my part as a director/writer.