Grin’s Take on the video:

Camera: 8

SFX: 8

Music: 6

Sound: 5

Dialogue: 3

Story: 8

Overall: 6

Worth watching.  This story is quick and to the point.  There are a few superfluous scenes, but it is meant to be showy.  One scene involving a couple grenades falling down some stairs didn’t sit right with me, but once I got over that, the rest of the film was enjoyable.  I recomend this Sci-Fi Flick.  Please watch it, support the creators by liking the video and subscribe to the hosting YouTube Channel. TheCGBro.

 

YouTube Description:

Very nicely done Futuristic Short Film Written & Directed by Eric Ramberg and Jimmy Eriksson! In 2027, everyone is implanted with a chip – the Memorize-chip. It records everything you see, a new system to fight crime. One unit controls the system. The SSU – Special Surveillance Unit.

Music End Credits: “Marseille” by Alexandre Azaria (The Transporter III) [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] Buy this track on iTunes now: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/le-…

Written & Directed by Eric Ramberg and Jimmy Eriksson
Want to see the TEASER TRAILER before this? vimeo.com/54362904
Director’s note: We shot this piece in Sweden (Gävle, Strängnäs and Uppsala) on a “shoestring budget”, using just one 5D-Mark II-camera (with Canon L-series lenses). Our very first mission was actually to help another company (Quixel) with some live-action shots/scenes to simply showcase their new texture-tool for 3d-models in games and movies, but instead we came up with this concept idea and created a full blown short film. Primarily, we wanted to do something visual and entertaining to simply present this concept and showcase Quixel’s tools.
We did almost everything our self (with some 3d/texture/sfx help) and we used close friends/family members to be “actors”, including myself playing the main character. So I guess that’s why the acting isn’t top notch and why we didn’t use so much dialogue 😉 BUT we also wanted to keep it very visual, we wanted to tell a story with pictures (and UI-text of course). That was a big challenge but I think we succeeded. In the end we’re happy with the end result considering the conditions and people really seems to like it! That’s awesome to see and very rewarding! / Jimmy & Eric”

For more information, please contact:
Manager: Scott Glassgold / IAM Entertainment
scottglassgold@iamsports-ent.com
Production blog: jimmyanderic.blogspot.com
Eric Ramberg: eric.ramberg@gmail.com
Jimmy Eriksson: jimeri83@gmail.com

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