First of all, congratulations. I know how hard it is to accomplish all of this work.
Next, shorten the trailer. The longer it goes on (and I couldn't finish it), the more the flaws in your film become apparent. 60 seconds max, my friend. I was close to 3 minutes into your trailer when I shut it off and had zero desire to watch your film. And to be fair to you, I generally don't like bigger budget versions of this genre, which is somewhere between Lifetime movie of the week and Gone Girl.
No idea Don't care. Looks stupid.
I wish anything you wrote had any basis in reality. I'd be willing to bet $100 that we'll see the same old super-hero Avengers schlock repeated ad-nauseum next summer. No studio exec cares about what you wrote, they are color-blind, they only see green.
The experiment was a failure. The characters looked dreadful. De Niro never looked younger than 40 - and his eyes were ridiculous. The only thing that could have saved this movie is if De Niro turned out to be a replicant. Then it would have all made sense.
Whatever frame rate this was shot at looks terrible. Exposure looks good, but I find the kinetic motion unwatchable.
Gotta meet those writing quotas.