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PostPosted: Sat Sep 16, 2017 7:25 am 
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oh, apparently we're on Amazon Prime now, so if you have Prime, you can stream it for free.

Neil drops keyboard, picks up remote ... brb


:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
The guy on the TV talking about warriors & junk. Was that a Jodorowsky easter egg?

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Neil_Leach wrote:
:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
The guy on the TV talking about warriors & junk. Was that a Jodorowsky easter egg?


Certainly not intentional, but it could be interpreted as such. What did you think of the film???

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I just spent a couple weeks on set as an art director for a Dutch children's movie, which was fun, but now I'm back to editing Kill Mode. BUT FIRST: Live A Little. :!: :!:

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I just spent a couple weeks on set as an art director for a Dutch children's movie, which was fun, but now I'm back to editing Kill Mode. BUT FIRST: Live A Little. :!: :!:


Ugh, Both regular Amazon and prime don't offer Live a Little in my country. :( Any other way of seeing it?

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 19, 2017 3:09 am 
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circuitsnake wrote:
What did you think of the film???

Things I liked about LIVE A LITTLE :
1 - the inclusive cast
2 - the score
3 - crisp visuals
4 - crisp sound
5 - combining urban personal and commercial interiors with natural settings
6 - believable dialog
7 - lighting
8 - multiple plot lines encompassing normative and bizarre behaviors
9 - action taking place at an uncertain point in the principal's life, i.e. moving
10 - unexpected resolution

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Sorry Thijs, I don't know when we'll be available outside the states. It's outta my hands now.

NEIL! Thank you for watching! Very kind words...you've helped my film education tremendously, means a lot. Thank you.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 10:32 am 
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NEIL! Thank you for watching! Very kind words...you've helped my film education tremendously, means a lot. Thank you.

You can quote me on the liner notes when it goes to Blu-ray. Kinda guy I am.

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Neil_Leach wrote:
circuitsnake wrote:
NEIL! Thank you for watching! Very kind words...you've helped my film education tremendously, means a lot. Thank you.

You can quote me on the liner notes when it goes to Blu-ray. Kinda guy I am.


My dream!

If I ever end up getting a movie made I want the poster to just say, "Re-re-return view. This movie isn't good but Rocco is my buddy so I keep watching it trying to find something I like" - Neil"


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We just discovered Molly has been pirated and is on youtube. I'm not giving the link and please don't look for it as the quality is terrible. I'll do my best to get you guys a legal en higher resolution way of seeing it. Anyways: I'm now filing copyright infringement complaints to Google and my day is slightly ruined.

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We just discovered Molly has been pirated and is on youtube

Horrible! YouTube takes a dim view of such shenanigans and should be quick to rectify the situation.

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Rocco wrote:
If I ever end up getting a movie made I want the poster to just say, "Re-re-return view. This movie isn't good but Rocco is my buddy so I keep watching it trying to find something I like" - Neil"

I can do better than that ... how about
Rocco was gracious enough to allow me to attend a cast and crew only pre-premiere screening. The first 3 1/2 minutes where so massive that I was gobsmacked into unconsciousness. Thanks, Rocco. Cannes awaits!

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circuitsnake wrote:
NEIL! Thank you for watching! Very kind words...you've helped my film education tremendously, means a lot. Thank you.

The one thing which detracted the most from my particular viewing experience was uneven narrative momentum usually brought about by circumstances which I could not quickly parse, such as a scene change to allow an intimate conversational space when it seemed that the scene change was not strictly necessary. A little thing.

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Agreed. Besides the specific scene(s) that you are referring to, I've had to come to terms with the films overall narrative momentum, which was a challenge from the beginning, partially due to the schedule and budget.

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circuitsnake wrote:
Agreed. Besides the specific scene(s) that you are referring to, I've had to come to terms with the films overall narrative momentum, which was a challenge from the beginning, partially due to the schedule and budget.

I have never done anything as insanely audacious as making a movie, but I can easily see your point. Anyone who can bring a feature to completion has my admiration apart from any question of aesthetics.

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The new Molly trailer which I feel does a better job at portraying the vibe of the movie. If you like the trailer, any sharing on social media would be awesome.

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Working very hard on trying to get American distribution, but as you all know, things are hard.

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