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    Good deal. Yeah, he's good.

    FYI: He's got a zombie movie coming out (in case you didn't know). It's been shot, and he's tightening up the edit right now: http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread...S-quot-Feature!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawk Teflon View Post
    Good deal. Yeah, he's good.

    FYI: He's got a zombie movie coming out (in case you didn't know). It's been shot, and he's tightening up the edit right now: http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread...S-quot-Feature!
    Oh, I know. He's a crazy sob in that one. It's hilarious from the grabs I've seen.
    //edit: The one liners I mean. I love those lines. It looks great though. Really good. Put me down for one. Money is in the bank. Let me know where to send it.
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    A quick plug for Marlon. Just cause he deserves it. Cheers Hawk. Great thread and short.

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    @4100xpb (what does your name mean?!), Thank you! If anything, I just want to hone my skills to get better and better. I guess I could tell you about the backstory we created with him, but that would seem to much like i'm trying to defend my piece I think. It's quite possible we built too much story OFF screen and not enough ON screen.
    Thanks for taking the time to reply Hawk. Fair enough - if this was a focus on your technical skills, then you definitely improved from last time. I can definitely see this as being part of something much bigger than what was presented on screen here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gord.T View Post
    A quick plug for Marlon. Just cause he deserves it. Cheers Hawk. Great thread and short.

    Thanks, Gord! I appreciate the compliments and the plug for the film (I'm doing my best to make sure it knocks people's socks off). Hawk did an excellent job on Apropos and I'm just so glad that we could help.


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    I am going to have to go down a different path here. I did not like the slow-mo set up. You can cut it out and it will in no way harm the film which is why I don't think it was effective.

    Funny, when I saw the running water on the bathtub facet I thought I had reloaded "Trickle" by mistake - Jung said we are a collective thought.

    Your main actor was good, but... he had no one to play off of. Girl whimpering. Long monologue. You "told" me the story you didn't show me the story. When he showed her the cell phone I would have liked an insert shot of a photo of her on the phone, didn't happen.

    This was not your best project in my opinion. This was on the low end because it was predictable. I knew what was going to happen before it happened. Pacing in beginning was slow. You gave me gravy but forgot to serve me the meat. I'll give you props for a good actor. Too bad he didn't have dialogue to play off another actor. It just didn't do it for me, Hawky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlon Ladd View Post
    Thanks, Gord! I appreciate the compliments and the plug for the film (I'm doing my best to make sure it knocks people's socks off). Hawk did an excellent job on Apropos and I'm just so glad that we could help.
    Looking good! I can't wait to see it.
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    Charli, who asked y- oh, right. I did.

    Thanks for the honesty. That's what I was hoping for. Yeah, when I saw the poster for Trickle after we shot (with the faucet in there), I started thinking, "What if they make the same short? Has that happened before?"

    Yeah, I contemplated having an insert of her photo but decided against it. Might not have been as effective.

    Again, thanks for your critiques. I learned from you on FictionFest, and now VillainFest.


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    I liked the idea but wanted a lot more. I think the shots were good. But I really need more from a short then I got. Good job though.





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    Like I said, Hawk is becoming a beast, which would make you a distant relative of manimal. Congrats to you and marlon!
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