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    Goosebumps...Creepy things coming out of Britain I love the European feel, the pacing was effective and the acting was definitely top notch. Good luck, I hope to see more of your work in the near future.
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    Hey thanks a lot for this, great that you liked what you saw.

    I've never thought that I might have a European feel when I make stuff!!

    To be honest we spend most of our time trying to be like you yanks as you guys show us all hows its done!! (Well I do anyway....)


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    Quote Originally Posted by RossShep View Post
    I've never thought that I might have a European feel when I make stuff!!

    Well, all you really had to do to get a 'european feel' is shoot an exterior shot.


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    Pretty much hehe...Come one I love European movies!!! try to be more like them
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    Haha!! Well Im glad to see we've started a nice little debate here!! Despite my Britishness I'd pick a Hollywood flick over any European stuff any day (maybe with the exception of anything by Edgar Wright)

    With Net Friend I dont think I was trying to stamp it with either a Hollywood or european feel to be honest, we were just trying to reel you in to the story really.


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    What about Guy Ritchie and Danny Boyle?
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    Mehhhh.... not really keen on either of these guys. In fact I would say I dislike Guy Ritchie films!!

    Brit filmmakers I do like:

    Christopher Nolan (bloody amazing!!)
    Paul Greengrass
    Terry Gilliam
    Richard Attenbourough
    Edgar Wright
    Richard Marquand (only because he 'technically' directed one of the greatest films ever made.... you know what Im talking about right?!)
    Ridely Scott (he's ok most of the time Alien, Hannibal and Gladiator are awesome but forget about GI Jane - pah!!)


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    Some of your framing, and your actors impressed me a lot... good to bring it all back around at the end as well... wrapped the story up nicely...

    some dings for me were the audio, and some of the lighting...
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    Hey good movie man! I liked this one. I think it would be a better short if it was edited down a bit more though. This is one of my top 4 films so far.
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    rossshep,

    I liked the opening "awkward" sequence between the man and woman, it played well, but it was a little hampered by the discontinuous car sounds and a couple lines were a little muddled.

    You did a couple things really well that sometimes hamper low-budget films, the dialogue when she's on the phone was done really well, most of the time i find when someone's just talking into the phone, it's annoying or overdone. So good job! And secondly was the sound work on the guy on the phone, good audio filter job, again, those can get tinny and annoying sometimes.

    You really got me with the ending, I almost yelled at the screen "you chicken sh*t, get in there and help the cute girl!?@?" so that was fairly effective and unexpected as well.

    All in all, I think this was a quality entry, nice graphics, way to play into today's "net" society, and of course, real british accents! Nice work!


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