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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaime V View Post
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    Loved the title falling from the door! I enjoyed your film. The only problem I had was with the Acting. The lead Cop wasn't convincing at all. And I thought the Young girl was pretty good but she should have taken those shades off at some point. Other than that fine job.

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    Yep I would agree with Richard here - the aviater shades struck me as a bit too costume-ish, the setup though was intriguing, I liked the idea of these two cops being in on serial killer type behaviour, and i think more of a foray into there dark world, rather than the circumstantial/convenience of the story we did get would have been more effective at thrilling/creeping us out! Now that said I did enjoy what was on offer here. When you can get the basic story this good - then the opportunity to explore more unique tangents asi t were is covered - which is what i would personally like to see more of next time (but hey, thats just my opinion) Well done on the film!
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    Well done Jaime. A nice little set up of dastardly deceit, in more ways than one.
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    I didn't become interested at all until the moment when the news came on and you see the house they were at last night. That's when I was completely drawn in and wanted to see what happened next. The actor playing the husband seemed to miss the pulse of the scene in some moments. One bit that bothered me was when blondie holstered her gun when the other chick (didn't catch her name) was still holding a loaded one. That was a good twist at the end with blondie being a bad guy. Overall I thought it was interesting. Good work.


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    This was fun. Full of twists for 6 minutes and nicely shot too! The opening title was great and the first twist caught me off guard. I got lulled into thinking she was going to take action over a betraying husband, so I liked that reversal. Because of that I saw the second twist coming, but it didn't make this any less fun to watch.

    I wasn't convinced by the acting I have to be honest, but that's really my only gripe. good work.


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    Good work!

    I figured out that the partner had to be in on the killings, but the story was interesting nonetheless. The acting could have been smoother, but quite nice overall.


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    Acting rates very low from all parties. The blonde chick with aviator sunglasses and gun, well, that' always hot (shallow but true). The news exposition was one of the few that actually worked for the film. I already knew the ending, saw it coming. Wish I felt more tension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard J. Johnson View Post
    Loved the title falling from the door! I enjoyed your film. The only problem I had was with the Acting. The lead Cop wasn't convincing at all. And I thought the Young girl was pretty good but she should have taken those shades off at some point. Other than that fine job.
    Thank you for watching Richard. About the shades...that was my call...I thought she looked badass in them and told her to keep them on


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    Quote Originally Posted by lawriejaffa View Post
    Yep I would agree with Richard here - the aviater shades struck me as a bit too costume-ish,
    As I mentioned to Richard, I liked the shades, but I can see your point.

    Quote Originally Posted by lawriejaffa View Post
    ...and i think more of a foray into there dark world, rather than the circumstantial/convenience of the story we did get would have been more effective at thrilling/creeping us out!
    I really wanted to do exactly that; show more of the serial killings. Time-wise though, I was barely able to cut what I had down to 6 minutes. Perhaps I should have gone in that direction with the story though, instead of going after the wife's revelation.

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