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Shooting People
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Running Time:
3 min

About this film

A depiction of a moment in two lives. Chloe and Robert arrive in a cafe, and share with us passages about life and love.
Until we realise what's the real situation.

Official Selection Cornwall Film Festival 2012 (The Edge category).


Rosie Sales

Callum McGowan




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  • Flavio Filho (Filmmaker!)
    4 years ago

    Thanks for the feedback.
    It has some sound issues. But imagine you that the crew was only me and my wife. And I was operating a silent Bolex EL, dealing with lights and still Directing the actors. Yep, rock'n roll.
    But it's a wonder to see that people's reactions are so very different.
    I understand your frustration with the end. But the way I see is that it leaves space for your imagination. They could or could not be together.
    Of course it would be more "cute" if they interact. I agree it could be a more satisfying ending in a sense.
    But well, it was my first. And so far the only. More to come!
  • Matt Jamie
    4 years ago
    looks great (yes, 16mm loveliness). I think the sound design needed a bit more thought (e.g. why can't we hear him order, but we can hear everything else in the cafe? The audio quality of their voices could have been cleaner) - and the ending was a bit unsatisfying: since we get quite a bit of time after the hand touch it seems like they've decided not to interact and settle back into their own worlds, despite the potential introduction. I'm not sure if that's the intention here, but it didn't quite work for me. But nice performances.
  • Flavio Filho (Filmmaker!)
    4 years ago
    Thanks Peter!
  • Peter Edward Dexter
    4 years ago
    Great to see 16mm in action :) "Proper film making"

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