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Old May 13th, 2007, 10:12 PM   #1
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DVC 8 - "On The Inside" - Andrew Hood

finally got back to somewhere with net access.
What can I say? Wanted to show the banality of reality TV. Maybe a bit longer than it needed to be, though that was intentional to make a point.

Lack of script may show a little, as it was basically ad-libbed, hence some unintentional repetition. So need to start filming more than 2 days before the film is due, that would be good for next time. But we avoided the dreaded wall.
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Old May 14th, 2007, 02:00 AM   #2
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We were wondering where you were, Andrew. :)

I thought this was pretty entertaining! Granted, you can’t do much wrong in my mind ever since “Brand New Day,” but really—I got a kick out of the TV’s remarks, and those CATS!!! Loved the cats. The people did a great job, too, but I couldn’t get over the easy-going and funny natures of those cute felines. They and the sarcastic TV kept me quite interested in what was going on.
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Old May 14th, 2007, 10:30 PM   #3
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Hey Andrew!

Your film was very entertaining...good job getting inside the head? lol of the T.V. I second Lorinda...the cats were entertaining! Also loved the little kid smudging up the T.V. and being it's most loyal viewer! Good stuff!

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Old May 22nd, 2007, 09:11 PM   #4
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Thanks for the kind feedback.

Yeah we could hardly keep the cats out at times - part of the furniture, holding down their territory. We've just been relegated to the sideshows. We left out the take where I accidently sat on Mitsikeru's paw.

That smearing was a nice mix of margarine and vegemite on glass sheet, and Ethan took directions fairly well, he even wanted to help clean up.

Probably a good things TVs can't think, they might talk to each other about us, and who know's what they'd say? After what they might have seen - well if they had cameras in them.
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