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Brighton

Category:
Short
Format:
Digital Stills Camera
Running Time:
4 min 12 s
Year:
2011

Brighton from Chrome Productions on Vimeo.

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About this film

Short shot in a single day in Brighton about a young man with Aspergers trying to come to terms with his father's homosexuality.

Written and Directed by Robin Schmidt and Gez Medinger

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Comments

  • Robin Schmidt (Filmmaker!)
    4 years ago
    Funnily enough, that's exactly what we have done. This was just a quick test of an idea done in double quick time. We've shot a feature and followed it up with a 40 min martial arts film. Here's the trailer http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1pQScWzN_U
  • Thomas Rabin
    4 years ago
    Excellent work, from acting to camera to editing. Love the colorisation. You guys should move onto making a feature with a good script. This script is good, I liker the bit about "cant live in London". Only criticism is non UK people may not associate Brighton with , erm, urm, beaches! Love it!
  • Tegid Cartwright
    4 years ago
    I think the son character wasn't very developed, he seemed a bit too overwrought from start to finish, not much room to move. Great camerawork, quite liked the editing and the style, moving from place to place, dislocated with the conversation as a thread. Really interesting. Very glossy score.
  • Mario Cavalli
    4 years ago
    Nice camerawork and score but not convinced by the trailer-like editing between for what is, in essence, an intimate if overwrought two-hander. Nor by equation of Brighton with homosexuality. Are gay men not allowed to live elsewhere?
  • Matt Jamie
    5 years ago
    Really interesting short - lovely editing and music and well performed. The line "I can't live in London because..." stuck out as being a bit odd, but otherwise really great work.
  • Jeremiah Quinn
    5 years ago
    Fantastic. I've given you your first stars. Put up a thumbnail. Start a campaign. Raise your profile!

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