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Old July 24th, 2009, 06:38 PM   #1
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A Tragic Romance (48 Hour Film Project -- LA)

Hello everyone,

Here is our 48 Hour Film Project -- Los Angeles chapter. The genre that we got was romance. Any feedback is appreciated, thanks:

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Old July 25th, 2009, 05:16 PM   #2
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Hey Somnang,

watched it a few times, it's a lot to squeeze into 8mins, and the story of the cheating man was much more interesting that the homeless couple. I would've cut them out and spend those few extra minutes on him.

Techinically it was good, making a tight film in 48hrs is tough so i know there isnt much you can do. I would have added some tension to the breakup scenes and varied my camera angles a bit.

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Hey Somnang,

watched it a few times, it's a lot to squeeze into 8mins, and the story of the cheating man was much more interesting that the homeless couple. I would've cut them out and spend those few extra minutes on him.

Techinically it was good, making a tight film in 48hrs is tough so i know there isnt much you can do. I would have added some tension to the breakup scenes and varied my camera angles a bit.

my 2 cents

Sanjay
Thanks for your feedback! Yeah I would have probably cut out the homeless couple out too, but the director(team leader) had the final call and it was his vision.

I wished we had more time to shoot more of the breakup scenes, but as you know, we were on a tight schedule.

Thanks for watching!
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