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    Intriguing poster, I'm diggin i.
    Not your normal horror fare. I look forward to seeing it. ;-)
    Best of luck!


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    welcome to the fest. I really like your poster, looks clean
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    I love the poster, its very clean and professional looking. great font usage.
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    An unexpected one for sure and an interesting concept, though it probably went on just a bit too long. The part after the credits was funnier than a lot of the dialogue between V, I and I.

    However, it really LOOKED amazing... the lighting and color were just beautiful. The sound worked well. You did a lot more right than wrong, and I like that it stood out from the crowd for it's idea.

    Good job overall!


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    This was great! At first I was like "oh no.. it supposed to be funny..." but the acting was great, writing was hilarious, and the sound and picture sold it perfectly. Very successful indeed. Great job! Love the wide shot master, absolutely beautiful.
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    I've got to agree with Pocus here. The lighting and shot setups were all awesome. The writing and acting were also much better than I was expecting after a few seconds in. This could have easily completely missed the boat on being funny and entertaining, but I think you nailed it.
    Last edited by dust'n the callipygous; 11-01-2009 at 11:13 AM.


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    I enjoyed this overall. The lighting worked really well. The concept was great.

    So far it has my vote for best line of the festival: "I can't always be in between..." I really laughed at that one.

    cheers guys!


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    Thank you all for watching.
    We were a bit sceptical about the movie.
    It is our second short, first with dialogues and we made it even harder for ourselves by not filming it in our native language.
    We are really happy that the comments are overall positive
    Last edited by namelok; 11-01-2009 at 11:16 AM.


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    Very funny movie. I thought the pacing and comedic timing were well done. Good acting and cinematography as well. Nice job


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    It was definitely fun, though a little hard to understand in some parts, it was quite enjoyable concept. I especially liked the ending with the Frankenstein on the sofa talk about troubles with his mother - LOL, we all blame it on Mom and Dad.

    This was wonderfully acted, well shot, and held my interest because the interaction between the actors seem so real and honest.

    It is definitely one of my favorites.
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