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Floomdesk
2007 November 10th, 10:40
A short film about depression, made by the Friedrich-Fröbel-School Berlin-Köpenick.
filmed for 3 days in 3 locations with 25p, edited in a few hours.

http://www.vimeo.com/378850
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Enjoy =)

strancali
2007 November 10th, 12:30
Your link is incorrect. It should be this: http://www.vimeo.com/378850

I watched it at a client's site with no sound so I couldn't comment on the film but besides some shaking here and there, it looks pretty good. Good job!

Ian-T
2007 November 10th, 12:51
It looks good so far. Is there going to be a continuation? I wish there was some sort of dialouge...even narration...maybe from the main character's point of view...that would have been a nice touch to what you already have. I think you should build on what you have...

The music is haunting....makes me think the character is about to do something crazy..

Kyser
2007 November 10th, 13:27
I recognize the music... who did it?

Mike

brewno
2007 November 10th, 17:50
Very nice, very well done... but I didn't get the sudden ending.

Floomdesk
2007 November 10th, 18:33
The Song is of the Donnie Darko Soundtrack, so you may have heard it before ;). It's "For Whom The Bell Tolls" - Baker, Steve & Carmen Daye.

Actually this film is going to be shown on an psychology-congress in front of 500 people, I worked together with the class that's going to present it. In February 07 I made a short movie called "In Reverse", which can be seen HERE. (http://www.vimeo.com/174418) I thought about making some kind of an sequel when my best friend told me of this filmproject for his class and for the congress... I thought it just wouldn't fit if he would speak in his role :)

Kyser
2007 November 10th, 19:19
The Song is of the Donnie Darko Soundtrack, so you may have heard it before ;). It's "For Whom The Bell Tolls" - Baker, Steve & Carmen Daye.
I knew I heard it before! Love that movie... :)

Fat Chocolate
2007 November 10th, 21:01
great footage you captured a true emotion in your filming , the music complemented the footage well. Great Stuff!!