A member of Generation Y finds himself in the world of television.
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A review of The Intermission Manby mitoutsound on 11/23/2004LIke so many films on trigger street, there's a lack of thought in the production design. So much of filmmaking lies in the environments you choose to shoot in, and most people shoot in extremely uninteresting ones. This film is no exception. Worse yet, the film has a "supernatural" character which isn't effective because it isn't carried out well through lighting, production... read
A review of Chatby mitoutsound on 11/23/2004After a promising opening sequence, the film quickly droops into the mundane trap of a lack of production design. The apartment is ugly and photographed in a very uninteresting way. The acting feels forced and unassured with the two female leads. The male lead is better, but not good enough to make this film effective. Also lacking in the film is any kind of real human... read
A review of A Contemporary Mindby mitoutsound on 11/11/2004The theme of your film is interesting. I understand what it is you are trying to say. Unfortunately, by having your character so immersed in an electronic media driven world that he eventually begins to believe the events outside his window can be changed by pushing a button on his television remote, you bend truth to its breaking point, losing the viewer to disbelief. I... read