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    congrats !!
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    Just got finished with a rough cut of the film. I made some notes and will continue to refine it. Just sent a copy of the rough cut to Justin Durban so he can compose it. I can't wait to see what comes up with. I still have to have some of the foely and sound effects placed into the movie. Then its off to complete the vfx and color correct it. Wow seems like a lot of stuff to do but I still got plenty of time, least that's what I keep telling myself.


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    Sure, you got loads of time! Good luck man.


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    Alright the film is uploaded and is now waiting on approval from the judges. I'm not gonna lie I'm a little excited and nervous at the same time. This is my first fest and I'm proud of the work I did, I'm looking forward to the constructive crits from the other fest participants. Good luck to everybody involved


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    Congrats and good luck!


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    Congrats and good luck!
    Same to you good sir!


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    Same to you good sir!
    Thanks!


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    Well done on the upload John. Look forward to watching.
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    *spoilers*


    First the kudos, I'm watching these in a row and as of this placement on the list, the acting is more organic, not all of it, but the girl more especially seemed "real" and not recited. I also liked the "type" screenplay-come-to-life device you used. Was it a thriller? I can't say that it was. Felt more like a forced try at a thriller. The only tension I felt was when they both passed out, however, with as many times as she banged his head, physically impossible for someone to get up in a hurry. That did not seem believable. The ending as expected. No surprises there.

    So I liked your device and her acting.
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    *spoilers*


    First the kudos, I'm watching these in a row and as of this placement on the list, the acting is more organic, not all of it, but the girl more especially seemed "real" and not recited. I also liked the "type" screenplay-come-to-life device you used. Was it a thriller? I can't say that it was. Felt more like a forced try at a thriller. The only tension I felt was when they both passed out, however, with as many times as she banged his head, physically impossible for someone to get up in a hurry. That did not seem believable. The ending as expected. No surprises there.

    So I liked your device and her acting.

    Thanks Charli for the input.

    I was aware with the timing of the character getting up from that beat down, but then again I had to ask myself about how far to stretch this besides what you are watching are Benji's recollection of the events leading up to him writing the screenplay. Sooo I guess in reality what we could've seen was different during the forest chase.

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