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Very engaging with extensive realism. Two Thumbs Up!
I had that problem once on here, I think maybe you should contact the site administrator directly if it's been a continuous problem.
Really it was my pleasure, Keep it up guys!
Thank you for sharing it with us.
Overall, I loved seeing it, there was a couple of perfectly timed jarring moments. The cinematography/lighting is praiseworthy and so is the overall directing and pacing. The only thing for me, is that maybe the narrative was a little predictable. In my view, this is the most common and riskiest aspect of this genre. I believe that it could be re-edited in ways which could add more complexity. The auditory sensation is splendid, I like how often I am hearing more than one layer of sound, travelling horizontally and vertically along the timeline in terms of noise/sound, maybe this is just what the story needs... more layers. I like the catch at the end and it’s amazing that you guys did all this on your own, keep it up and best of luck… Chapeau bas!
That would depend on the lighting concept/scheme as well as the camera's sensitivity, which lenses you are intending to use, what overall mood you want or what you're trying to convey by the scene. Also are there any motivational sources of light such as a street lamp etc? An honest evaluation of the idea is recommended, first ask yourself, is the idea worth doing and is the idea doable if you answer no, then maybe you should go back to the drawing board and come up with a substitute scene instead according to the available resources and locations.