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    Hey just thought I'd share this with you guys here. Please feel free to post comments or thoughts on vimeo page! Thanks guys!

    https://vimeo.com/153826077


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    Didnt have time to watch the film, will do it later, so I can only comment on the look. And the look is f...ng amazing.


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    very pretty. some good acting and simple camerawork too. thanks for posting it.


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    just bought Kodak film...#7203...and I'm REALLY GLAD I DID!!


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    Superb.


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    All of you guys are awesome. I really appreciate you taking the time to hit that link and give your feedback as well. Glad to hear positive things about it too.
    Last edited by kassimnorris; 02-06-2016 at 02:33 PM.


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    Nice work. I liked that you kept the shot on the guy for most of time during the meeting at the correctional facility (also liked the subtle camera shift that brought their heads closer together and blocked out the guard as it got more personal -- very subtle, yet effective). It was interesting to watch his emotions play off of hers (while she was off camera). I'd actually be curious to see it again, but with only her angle.

    Can you explain the shot of the cards after the title? Was the significance because they were different suits (just as the characters were of different bloodlines)?


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    WOW. Outstanding! ..Like flawless.
    Excellent execution all the way around.
    Fantastic performance by the lead actor.
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    Excellent. After the first shot I stopped caring that it was film. To me that means everything.


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    QuickHitRecord, you're hitting it on the head with the meaning of the Cards on the last shot. There is a couple more hidden details in the shot with the cards that you really have to look for though. I dont want to give it away. But, I really appreciate the compliments...means a lot


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