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    Glad you liked it, janzie. I wish I could take the credit on the directing side in terms of the acting but I think we're just really lucky to be good friends with some great actors.

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    Yeah! This was hilarious. Some great lines in yours -- I'm particularly fond of anyone using "gangbusters" in a script.

    Some sweet x-rays too.

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    You guys obviously had some fun making this. It was pretty damn funny and original. The acting was a tiny bit off at times but overall very good. I loved the X-ray pic and enjoyed the film very much. Thanks for making it!

    BTW: A bunch of people in my family are dental assistants and all their dental offices do look like this one.


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    Great look, funny, and some pretty good acting, this is in my top 5 for sure!

    ..and I'm getting close to the bottom of the list.


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    thanks for the kind words. Glad you guys enjoyed it.
    Last edited by Shaun Patrick; 02-18-2006 at 06:28 AM.

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    favorite sequence is the split-screen business. been a fan of split-screen but haven't found motivation in anything i've done so far.
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    Thanks BrianV...I've always wanted to use it in something too and we found the split screen sequence was more effective (and shorter) than a straight cutting montage. It's a little flashy but I think it works for this piece.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaun Patrick
    Thanks BrianV...I've always wanted to use it in something too and we found the split screen sequence was more effective (and shorter) than a straight cutting montage. It's a little flashy but I think it works for this piece.
    Movies can be flashy :-D Alot of people forget that. Editing, split screen, etc are the sort of things you find only in film/video... unique from any other art forms.

    If you can do it, and motive it... USE it

    Word! ;)
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    Yeah, movies can totally be flashy. The tricky part is finding motivation story wise.

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    I was originally against the "dance of the split screens," but as it got refined and reduced, it finally got to the point where it was giving the audience more information, more efficiently (in less time, that is), and I was finally sold on the dance. Point being, if this kind of stuff doesn't get a lot of arguing in the editing room, someone's being a weenie.

    It is my policy to put a smile at the end of every post I make.


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