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    A one minute short film I made on the struggles of becoming an actor.

    A friend and I made this as a mean and lean two person cast and crew. I'm the lead actor, DP, co-director, writer, producer, and editor. He was the co-director, camera op, and co-DP. Audio was a Schoeps CMC641 on a light stand mounted boom pole into a Sound Devices MixPre3. Camera is Arri Amira with Canon 15.5-47 and 30-105 cinema zooms.



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    Cool!
    Nice seeing people post actual film and not only arguing about which camera is the best. Keep it up. Next audition you’ll get the part, I’m sure! ;)
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    Really nicely done Eric. Very clever writing, good acting I do say, and looks top notch. Personal taste - could have gone comedy in the last 2-3 seconds which would have made it much more palatable and sharable (especially during national suicide prevention month....)


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    Quote Originally Posted by dmitrizigany View Post
    ... Nice seeing people post actual film and not only arguing about which camera is the best. Keep it up. Next audition you’ll get the part, I’m sure! ;)
    He'd be great in playing the dead guys roles.


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    I think that WAS comedy in the last 2-3 seconds.


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    I liked everything about it besides the ending.

    Eric's going to Hollywood!

    P.S. Were you by any chance inspired by the following piece? (Probably not but just wondering as it reminds me of it.)

    Not safe for work - https://vimeo.com/92060696


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    great audition - really... but you're not quite what were looking for in this role. We'll certainy be keeping your details on file and we'll be in contact.

    BTW - we could use some of those locations you found if you could give us the details, just not with you in them, you understand.


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    That was great in every aspect!


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    I respect your creative spirit, but that ending is a little insensitive. There has to be a better way to bookend it without making light of something that is sadly very real.

    -gl


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    Lotsa sensitive people on here...

    I have a really F’d up sense of humor and like the dark stuff. And I grew up in the 80’s and 90’s watching stand-up comedy that people are scared to even acknowledge existed, now.

    If you don’t learn to find humor in whatever life may throw at you, your life is going to be very miserable. Which explains a lot about society, now.


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