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    Solomon Chase's Adfest Entry - "Focus"
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    Senior Member Solomon Chase's Avatar
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    Wow. I got mine uploaded exactly 5 seconds before cut-off time.

    Extended Version:
    http://solomonchase.com/kinetica_extended.mp4
    Last edited by Solomon Chase; 08-08-2007 at 08:44 PM.


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    oh yea, i heard about this one. can't wait to see it!




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    Quote Originally Posted by FilmBoy77 View Post
    oh yea, i heard about this one. can't wait to see it!
    Haha. I almost forgot to put your name in the credits. After re-rendering I came in a few seconds from the deadline.

    Turned out really good, I'll be posting an extended cut as well.


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    LOL! I really liked this one. Especially the line at the end... had me laughing out loud.

    Very nice work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solomon Chase View Post
    Haha. I almost forgot to put your name in the credits. After re-rendering I came in a few seconds from the deadline.

    Turned out really good, I'll be posting an extended cut as well.




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    nice spot... One thing, the product shot looked kind of drab... just my opinion... otherwise, good spot... though if these guys are partners in crime, I am sure they wouldn't just split up like that, lol.
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    Very well done and funny to boot. I did find the partners splitting up strange at first, but I understood why you did it at the end.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gulroc View Post
    Very well done and funny to boot. I did find the partners splitting up strange at first, but I understood why you did it at the end.
    Thanks!

    The original script shows why they split up, but 30 seconds was too much of a cram. (heck, it still is. The current ad has 20 shots in 30 seconds!)


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    If anyone else wants to comment on the pacing or anything that seemed off, I'd be glad to hear it. It's hard for me to look at it from a "first time viewing" perspective


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    I liked the plot and it was well shot. The angles were cool and there was obvious production value behind it. However, it felt more like a short film edited down to the length of an ad. It left me kind of confused as if someone played a feature film on fast-forward.

    Also, now, after about 14 hours of watching the ad, I remember the plot but don't remember what the product was.


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