Wow, I didn't quite know what to expect, but I found this very compelling. Something that children should see, especially in more "well-to-do" non-ethnic areas, so they might learn something.The animation was simplistic, but I didn't feel it took away. It seemed like more of a stylistic or perhaps metaphoric approach which was very nice. The voice over was well written and executed. Good job.
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A review of The Story of Dotby IndieFilmNoir on 12/05/2004Clever in a silly, um... who woulda thought kinda way. But certainly kept my attention. Voice over narration was top notch, very well done. As were the talking head interviews. I didn't read the prod. notes prior to viewing it and I was thinking to myself that the music and imagery probably wasn't cleared, but if you got it all - then great. Although, what about the Pac Man... read
A review of Resetby IndieFilmNoir on 12/05/2004Alright, well that was fun and silly. Great opening, made me laugh out loud. And yes, to write a synopsis for this would ruin it. Although you might think of some clever metaphoric (is that a word?) way to temp the viewer. Acting was decent, believable. Camera was so-so, but acceptable. Lighting was good, but too TV-sitcom-everything-lit-nice-n-pretty - for my tastes. Would've... read
A review of KATby IndieFilmNoir on 11/04/2004I thought the production value of this short was quite good. Good cinematography, nice music, editing, production design, etc. The acting seemed a bit amateurish, but passable. I have to be honest, I felt the female voiceover wasn't strong enough of a presence. I didn't hear/feel her passion. This sort of surreal type of film, isn't my cup of tea, but I did feel it has great... read