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    captain kick ass: thanks for the specifics. i think it might be flat or grainy because this was the first time i attempted to color correct the image. also it could be the compression. this was also the first time i compressed for the web.

    Thz 1138: i'll keep that in mind next time...

    thanks


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    Hi - this was a nice, cohesive story. It fit the time restraints well - good job.

    Lighting (as has been mentioned) was a problem. Acting wasn't so bad as has been mentioned - the only character to throw me off was the boss who (broken record) seemed a little young. Sound was garbled at times, for example I couldn't hear what the girl was saying before he talked to the boss. Nice job overall.


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    thanks conrad. im glad you liked it. about the interrogator: its me!...i had to step in because another actor didn't show up.
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    I quite liked this one. I'm actually a fan of quiet, quirky movies, and this was one. It wasn't flashy (others have already mentione dhwo you could improve some technical aspects of the film, so I won't) but it had some neat ideas. I'd just say go with that, develop them, try and figure out how to make them come across as powerfully as possible while still maintaining the tone you're looking for and keep looking for ways to make production smoother. You've got a good solid base, I think, and from here it's just chipping away the debris and sanding it down.


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    btw, how does one stay away from flat or grainy footage???


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    I noticed the jerky picture again, and thought the picture rather dark even thought the picture was clear. Didn't like the boss very much,, although the story was good.


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    i think the poor lighting is due to compression. the original file is fine. but its too late now,,..


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    last minute thoughts?


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    well for a student film this was good
    when you sit yourself to think on the throne you are the king but never the less you are like us and soon the bathroom will stink


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