Film school drop-out, four animals' meal ticket, existential crisis haver.
I have 4 c stands that I pack into a minivan. I could see these coming in handy.
Problem is I have three rocky mountain style stands and one turtle stand. I was hoping the roller bag would take 4 without having to take off the bases. I don't have any kit with Junior pins so that's why I only have one turtle stand (I bought two c stands at first, and found the rocky mountain leg to be more useful so that's what I picked up on my next buy).
So I'd be limited to using two shoulder bags of dubious utility...meh
What does "on the appetite" mean exactly?
This looks like a great piece of gear though.
It would be nice if some of these accessories were compatible with the slider I already bought. Also wondering if their parallax works on the vertical like the Kessler version does.
The dude with the giant logo on his jacket that walks into the middle of the shot sealed the deal for me.
Here's my pet theory about Wolf of Wall Street.
I'm probably totally making this up--I'd have to do a side by side comparison--but I was struck by how similar in structure the it was was to Goodfellas. The use of VO monologue, the tone of the VO, the beginning, the ending ("just some schmuck," eating noodles with ketchup, or selling pens), all the craziness in between, made it seem like a sort of "hidden sequel" to that movie--as if to say that the people in THIS movie were even bigger and badder gangsters, the worst of all time. And to me that made this movie even more relevant to recent events.
Almost got hit by a train one time. Don't mess around on train tracks.